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The policy is 'never say no' so you can pretty much get whatever you want from them. Me, from now on. As a Panera employee. I will say something. Just pay for your damned soda. If you cam afford to buy a 9 dollar sandwich I think you can spring for the fountain drink. When I was a manager there I walked up to people and asked "Whoa what happened to your water?

Was there something wrong with it? Gordon Food Service or there may be other food service providers in your area like Sysco. This is where many small local restaurants get there pre-made food items. They sometimes also provide retail services to the public. When I was just starting college I applied for a job at the Panera that just opened down the street from my house. They made the applicants go to a meeting which we assumed was going to be informational with some basic training.

It turned into an almost cult like bread prayer session. They were chanting, had us sing songs and chant and other silly things. It was like going to church, but replacing god with bread. They had a HUGE assortment of bread, pastries and bagels set up like a thanksgiving feast. This continued for several minutes and involved other ridiculous things concerning bread that I've since forgotten. It was pretty damn crazy. I remember several of us walking out.

Bread encircles everything that happens there. We also were required to memorize the 7 core values? I managed an Atlanta Bread. Fist bump, because it's an under-appreciated position to say the least.

I'm a current employee, at least I still go back and work there when I'm not at school. Is there any reason why we aren't allowed to get tips? I've put in a couple years at Paneras though I no longer work at one. I used to tell people that offered tips that "I could not accept tips but I COULD pick up -trash on the counter-" wink wink nudge nudge. Yeah I used to get this a lot I never really had a good reason why we didn't accept tips. I was aware of a manager who was fired for having tip cups out when a corporate inspector came by.

It really is a weird policy. The same is true for a lot of my coworkers. I don't see what the harm is in allowing customers to tip employees if they think they did a good job. There's a similar policy at Home Depot, though we don't get offered tips very often. I think the idea behind it is that good customer service should be expected and doesn't need an extra reward.

Makes sense from a corporate standpoint but it sure does suck for employees. They are also very big about having 'passion' for you job. You need to be there at 4: And just because your 'shift was over' doesnt mean that the work was done. I spent countless hours in that place many times after my shift ended. Also, the schedule is made out for a month in advance so there are times were you would work 9 or 10 days in a row before you had a day off. That shit is a grind. I feel ya man.

Still, that's not too bad for the pay. I'm thinking about applying at the one near my house. Monthly cleaning lists, daily ordering, inventory, babysitting teenagers. As you have been there for a while you will get bigger responsibilities like hiring and writing the schedules.

When you get to be a GM you are then in charge of more of the store financials and general oversight. Damn that is huge money for a 21 year old. Were you on a schedule or did you just have to be there all the time and make salary? One of my nephews is a known liar and he said he made 80, as the manager of a Panera in Florida. I knew he was full of shit, I just wasnt sure how much. Did you ever tell anyone that the bread is really frozen and baked on site rather than mixed, formed and baked on site?

Does each restaurant made the dough themselves from scratch or does it come a. So while the dough isn't made at each store, it isn't exactly an 'instant mix' either. I worked in a Mediterranean restaurant in college where the culture we used to make the yogurt had been in the owners' family for generations --well over a hundred years.

It was some tasty bacteria. I've got 10 years in the culinary industry, have opened restaurants and chains, worked every position from Dishwasher to Head Chef to GM.

I had a interview for a manager position with one here in Georgia.. This guy just about lost his shit, and acted like this was the dumbest thing he had ever heard.. He then decided to talk about how amazing Panera is compared to the competitors for about 30 minutes and then went on talk about company growth for another I was ready to blow my brains out.. After the interview he asked me if I wanted to accept the job..

I told him I would talk to me wife.. I went home and never called the guy back.. I've got a couple of years in this company though I no longer work there.

I wasn't a manager myself, but christ with the amount of work I did and knowledge I had I might as well have been. I worked at Panera for a year in high school. It said nothing in the employee regulations about not wearing certain colors of nailpolish, but I'm assuming that's why she did that. Shed light on this for me? Alternatively, and I stress I'm only throwing this out there, maybe I'm the cunt here. Generally, a safe assertion. I never allowed any shenanigans with people's food.

Even if they were being dicks. I've thought about doing it many times but always wussed out. If you talk to the store manager they likely will sell you a bag. I know that I sold bags of soup to people all the time. I work at a Panera and the soups still come in big bags and are not microwaved. The Mac and cheese is during slow times. I worked there for several years and know what is frozen and what isn't They aren't out back slaughtering turkeys for the turkey sandwiches?

There aren't vegetable patches out back for produce? There isn't coffee plants growing on the roof? I shoot my meat with cartridges that I assemble myself, share it with my family and get homegrown vegetables in return, and buy homegrown tobacco from a friend. I can't eat all the processed bullshit that you do, because I have stomach problems. Also, I don't drink coffee. I've heard that panera likes to hire beautiful young girls for the front , and only girls.

Who would you want to spend 8 hours a day with? Burly, fat sweaty guys or hot dime-pieces? I know that circa they came out with a 3 different kinds of gluten free bread and bagels. They were not very popular and I think that they were pulled from the store after I left.

I wasn't GF back then, so I had no idea! That makes sense though. I'm sad I missed that: They should consider bringing them back--it's likely they'd be more popular now. It makes sense though, especially where I believe I heard that Panera gets new bread every single day. Not really viable to have a fresh stock on hand. A combination of things

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Bread encircles everything that happens there. We also were required to memorize the 7 core values? I managed an Atlanta Bread. Fist bump, because it's an under-appreciated position to say the least. I'm a current employee, at least I still go back and work there when I'm not at school. Is there any reason why we aren't allowed to get tips? I've put in a couple years at Paneras though I no longer work at one. I used to tell people that offered tips that "I could not accept tips but I COULD pick up -trash on the counter-" wink wink nudge nudge.

Yeah I used to get this a lot I never really had a good reason why we didn't accept tips. I was aware of a manager who was fired for having tip cups out when a corporate inspector came by. It really is a weird policy. The same is true for a lot of my coworkers. I don't see what the harm is in allowing customers to tip employees if they think they did a good job. There's a similar policy at Home Depot, though we don't get offered tips very often.

I think the idea behind it is that good customer service should be expected and doesn't need an extra reward. Makes sense from a corporate standpoint but it sure does suck for employees. They are also very big about having 'passion' for you job. You need to be there at 4: And just because your 'shift was over' doesnt mean that the work was done.

I spent countless hours in that place many times after my shift ended. Also, the schedule is made out for a month in advance so there are times were you would work 9 or 10 days in a row before you had a day off.

That shit is a grind. I feel ya man. Still, that's not too bad for the pay. I'm thinking about applying at the one near my house.

Monthly cleaning lists, daily ordering, inventory, babysitting teenagers. As you have been there for a while you will get bigger responsibilities like hiring and writing the schedules. When you get to be a GM you are then in charge of more of the store financials and general oversight. Damn that is huge money for a 21 year old. Were you on a schedule or did you just have to be there all the time and make salary? One of my nephews is a known liar and he said he made 80, as the manager of a Panera in Florida.

I knew he was full of shit, I just wasnt sure how much. Did you ever tell anyone that the bread is really frozen and baked on site rather than mixed, formed and baked on site? Does each restaurant made the dough themselves from scratch or does it come a. So while the dough isn't made at each store, it isn't exactly an 'instant mix' either. I worked in a Mediterranean restaurant in college where the culture we used to make the yogurt had been in the owners' family for generations --well over a hundred years.

It was some tasty bacteria. I've got 10 years in the culinary industry, have opened restaurants and chains, worked every position from Dishwasher to Head Chef to GM.

I had a interview for a manager position with one here in Georgia.. This guy just about lost his shit, and acted like this was the dumbest thing he had ever heard..

He then decided to talk about how amazing Panera is compared to the competitors for about 30 minutes and then went on talk about company growth for another I was ready to blow my brains out.. After the interview he asked me if I wanted to accept the job.. I told him I would talk to me wife.. I went home and never called the guy back.. I've got a couple of years in this company though I no longer work there.

I wasn't a manager myself, but christ with the amount of work I did and knowledge I had I might as well have been. I worked at Panera for a year in high school. It said nothing in the employee regulations about not wearing certain colors of nailpolish, but I'm assuming that's why she did that. Shed light on this for me? Alternatively, and I stress I'm only throwing this out there, maybe I'm the cunt here. Generally, a safe assertion. I never allowed any shenanigans with people's food. Even if they were being dicks.

I've thought about doing it many times but always wussed out. If you talk to the store manager they likely will sell you a bag. I know that I sold bags of soup to people all the time. I work at a Panera and the soups still come in big bags and are not microwaved. The Mac and cheese is during slow times. I worked there for several years and know what is frozen and what isn't They aren't out back slaughtering turkeys for the turkey sandwiches? There aren't vegetable patches out back for produce?

There isn't coffee plants growing on the roof? I shoot my meat with cartridges that I assemble myself, share it with my family and get homegrown vegetables in return, and buy homegrown tobacco from a friend. I can't eat all the processed bullshit that you do, because I have stomach problems.

Also, I don't drink coffee. I've heard that panera likes to hire beautiful young girls for the front , and only girls. Who would you want to spend 8 hours a day with? Burly, fat sweaty guys or hot dime-pieces? I know that circa they came out with a 3 different kinds of gluten free bread and bagels. They were not very popular and I think that they were pulled from the store after I left. I wasn't GF back then, so I had no idea!

That makes sense though. I'm sad I missed that: They should consider bringing them back--it's likely they'd be more popular now. It makes sense though, especially where I believe I heard that Panera gets new bread every single day. Not really viable to have a fresh stock on hand. A combination of things Its crazy but their french bread only has 3 ingredients, water, salt, yeast. Is there anything absolutely disgusting food preparation or other-wise that I should not order from Panera?

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