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Overall a good company to work for.
Unit Manager (Former Employee) –  Diep River, Western Cape24 October 2019
Good benifits
Especially if you in management.
On job training available.
Growth opportunity
Study bursaries available
Salaries could be better
Yearly increase
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Horrible place
former data capturer (Former Employee) –  head office27 September 2019
You get no lunch breaks. Management is the worse and alot of backstabbers Long hours and underpaid. Experience good but that's all. So glad I'm gone from the Godforsaken place.
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The staff make it bearable management is terrible
Data Capturer (Former Employee) –  Head office27 June 2018
Work long hours little pay a lot of backstabbing from management a little pay always struggling to get money. Management swearing at staff at head office.it was just terrible it starts out all rosey but turns ugly fast. No HR process at all.
Pros
Nothing
Cons
Your colleguaes
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5,0
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Productive fun energetic
kitchen assistant (Former Employee) –  Claremont, Western Cape2 October 2017
Was a awsome company to work for iv learned a lot also management is understanding posivite and when they see potentional in you they take you to the next level they love sending you on learnerships to grow within the company and that's what makes you stronger
Pros
Free to speak to managment
Cons
Money can be a problem at times
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4,0
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Productive,fun, good opportunities
National training manager (Former Employee) –  Cape Town, WC28 May 2014
• Heading the training department nationally and running of day to day company requirements – 11 companies in South Africa, Namibia and Mauritius – 2700 staff members
• Registered as a training provider with CATHSSETA – offering one year certificate in learnership (professional cooking) – NQF level 4
• Rolling out and monitoring of company yearly campaign – creating and monitoring company performance based on balance score card
• Liaising with existing and potential clients – promoting the business and servicing existing clients with daily requirements
• Setting up and organizing of large meetings , conferences and competitions
• Developing and writing of new menus, standardizing and training employees on up keeping of standards
• Ordering of stock, stock take and stock control
• Meeting with suppliers on quality and better pricing on stock items
• Managing office and ordering of supplies / free issues
• Opening of new contracts and upgrading of existing contracts
• Function co-coordinating and preparation of meals
• Staff training on all aspects – customer service, health and safety, first aid, cooking (all areas of the kitchen), nutrition, costing and stock control, computer training, leadership, time management, self development, communication skills, Front of house and Back of House Training on all aspects of the business
• Employing and monitoring and daily scheduling of trainers to fulfill company requirements
• Developing and upgrading of company policies – conference presentations - PowerPoint
• Registered with CATHSSETA as a assessor (5 years)
• Qualified
  more... Moderator
• Translating of documents for Directors and Divisional Directors
• Developing and monitoring Standard Operating Procedures of the company
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Pros
Training
Cons
Long Hours, travelling
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