Cook, Institution and Cafeteria Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Cook, Institution and Cafeteria?

Cook, Institution and Cafeteria in New Orleans:
"You are ridiculed and pointed out in front of other employees."
Pros: Cooking for the students.
Cons: Management does not want you to become great at what you do.

Cook, Institution and Cafeteria in Arvada:
"I deliver coffee breaks and lunches to hard working Nurses, Drs, and staff. I love the flexibility of something different every day. I have the best job at the hospital."
Pros: Freedom in my culinary practice, taking care of others. Listening and providing good service and food to comfort the soul.
Cons: Nothing really. They provide a good work ethic and allow me to make decisions.

Cook, Institution and Cafeteria in Washington:
"It good, but the commute back and forth is what gets you."
Pros: My job is not hard
Cons: Going back and forth

Cook, Institution and Cafeteria in Washington:
"Nolanclar91."
Pros: Notthing, hard work, low pay,
Cons: Low pay, bad management,

Cook, Institution and Cafeteria in Corrigan:
"Pay should be on the 1st and the 15th."
Make sure you work at a school that is distributing State funds properly.

Cook, Institution and Cafeteria in Silver Spring:
"Corporate Takeover."
Learn your craft in every facet and don't settle for the mudane. Always stay creative manage the your buisness affairs and create your own freedom in this career field. Don't let thr major corporation steal your gift.