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‘Free burger after 5 hours worked and one half price item from any restaurant upon showing your roster ’
‘Free food for 5 hours of work’
‘Great initiative and motivation from team leaders’
Quarterly review, bonus’ paid based on meeting the KPI’s specific to your role. Killer Christmas party and management conference, the company knows how to party. Paid holidays, access to mental health professionals, flexible working schedule
Free meal up to 15 dollars each time you worked over 5 hours however pay was horrible and you were required to do a traineeship which restricted increasing your pay
They pay you on time and what you are paid for is clearly indicated. You also get paid for 2 weeks leave which is pretty cool.
Genuine care when a situation occurs outside of the workplace and great support in helping to restore the balance and taking time to get back into it.
Paid holiday leave, ability to quickly cover a shift when in need, ability to request time off in advance.
- Free burger after 5 hours of work (can also get it after 3/4 hours depending on manager) - 50% off food at all other times, any store - Really flexible with rostering - Work with good people in a fun environment
There are NOOOO benefits! About the only benefit is the 'specified group outings', which even then are a little cheap!
free food for shifts and 50% discount on a non free food day
Pros: Super contributions. Employee discount at all Grill'd stores. Cons: No penalty rates, no bonuses, no overtime.
You get paid leave, which is mandatory.
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