5001 to 10000 Employees
Burger King Corporation
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Not the best employer but definitely not the worst.
Need to train and place those in management who are willing to do what it takes to become a manager.
They promote people who they favor over those who actually do their job.
GM does what he wants with corporate back up. Even it you have a great work history, you can be demoted for being female.
I'm ready to move beyond an entry level job!!
Have taken in management experience and been told the difference between female and male wages by ignorant male managers. Have basically been given same signs from followers of these rediculous standards.though you did not start them you also did not stop them... did you? You turned your head and allowed it to happen...
Paid time off is an issue. No matter how many hours you work or how long you work there, there is no sick leave and only a week paid time off the entire year. Paid sick leave is especially important because we handle food products and could easily get people sick, but it is not given as an option.
Very horrible place to work. I wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy. Management tried to not give me off for a trip they were informed about when I was hired. Multiple cuts and they were very irritated that it happened. Took everything out on me. You could be doing 20 things and they would yell at you for not doing one specific thing.
It's dirty, and treated unfairly worked there two years never once got a six month review
The people are amazing
Awful ass. Manger, no understanding of sick days, no respect for emyployess
I was being sexually harrassed. When I came forward about it, I was put on suspension for "gossiping too much".
Even in fast food there can be corruption
Overall BK has a very open mind about women in management and even further up the ladder as Co owners of stores. Mothers have little to no access to resources and time off doesn't exist for most if not all employees.
This company is all about the corporate money. Don’t expect promotions, women’s equality, or even respect. Even their largest competitor, McDonalds, does a much better job at providing their employees with an acceptable opportunity for equality and growth.
It's a typical fast food job where non-management are treated like slaves.
Working there was awful I was there for three years and they gave me one raise opportunity and cut my hours because I got sick at work
Worst place to work at. Corporate doesn't do anything about managers who harass underage employees and they drink on the job.
Burgerking is just absolutely crappy in general. The food is nice but my coworkers are horrible!
Overall, this is not the most female-friendly company. The executive team is male-dominated, and there are many cultural differences as 3G is a Brazilian-based venture capital company. Because of the cultural differences, there is less emphasis on development programs for women, health benefits. and work-life balance. There is also little room for promotions, as the same set of employees tend to be chosen for promotions first, and most of them are men. Working in Operations, there was not the proper support and communication channels needed to manage a team of Field Consultants. On top of the opportunities in the home office, the lack of communication and support led to low morale and engagement.
If you are a woman I recommend avoiding this specific location at all costs. The gm, Marvin, tries to sleep with literally every female employee there. He is good about not bringing that kind of thing up in the work place but his messages definitely belay what he's most interested in.
This particular location is disgusting
Women are put up front to deal with customers, men in the kitchen. And I'm a trained chef.
one of my first days on the job, a fellow employee asked for my number and told me "i'd look like the fun time to get wasted and smash." i polietly told him i had a boyfriend whom i love dearly, and wouldn't be comfortable giving him my number. next thing i knew he grabbed the hose from the sink and sprayed me until i was dripping with hot water; i didn't work there long.
Working at Burger King wasn't as bad as you expected. The worst parts about it were the customers and the owners constantly watching you. (Untrusting) For the most part employees got along and tried to help one another. The managers weren't as understanding as my current job when it came to calling out or taking personal days, they would give you attitude. They only liked you when you were doing good for them. Overall and average/below average job.
I love working here. There is equal treatment of women and we have lots of women in higher level management.
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