Grill'd Healthy Burgers
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    1001 to 5,000
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    Restaurants & Food Service
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Team Member in Cockburn WA
on 6 January 2022
Good people but awful company
You are underpaid and on a traineeship that they deliberately stretch out as long as possible. It was supposed to take 9 months but they kept cancelling workshops on me due to low numbers. After a year and a half I complained to head office and I was magically fast tracked through. You also will not be able to have any kind of social life due to the unpredictable and very late rosters. Do not work here. The only reason I was there so long was the wonderful people working in my store.
Team Member in Plenty Valley VIC
on 13 January 2022
it was HORRIBLE don’t work there
the MANAGERS bossed everyone around while they would sit down and talk or go on smoking breaks. it was bad for your mental health, everyone there was fake and you had no real friends. it felt like a high school setting. DON’T WORK THERE, the pay was HORRIBLE
Team Member in Melbourne VIC
on 9 January 2022
Traineeships ensure you are paid below minimum wage
You will be paid an unlivable wage for your first year. Grill'd forces everyone onto a traineeship for a minimum of a year. You are paid below minimum wage for this entire period. Despite the low pay, you are required to know how to do a lot of different roles around the store, and to perform them well during peak periods (while understaffed). Meanwhile, the company defends the unhealthy wages and refuses to listen to its workers because they want to ensure you get the short end of the stick, despite the fact new hires are hard to come by because Grill'd has given itself a reputation as a subpar workplace - the company simply does not care about its workers.
Customer Service Assistant in Kirrawee NSW
on 8 January 2022
Awful treatment for bad pay ((Grill'd Unhealthy workplace burgers))
you will be instantly put on a traineeship to give you the lowest pay possible. In my specific circumstance you will NOT be allowed sick days, It will be met with the most horrible workplace behaviour I have ever experienced. AND LASTLY They give you your roster A DAY in advance which is unhealthy
Team Member in Canberra ACT
on 28 December 2021
Great young work environment, non sustainable pay and long hours
overall, grilld is not a great place to work. Pay is abysmal (11.80 at 17yo) aswell as no penalty rates or overtime. you will constantly be kept back to early hours in the morning if you are available to close, as well as constantly doing jobs that physically and mentally drain you. However, the leadership and team members there are fantastic, making you feel like you belong. Managers are down to earth and aren’t chasing numbers, and you make great friends. if you have bills to pay, this isn’t the job for you. You will be rostered onto 10-20 hours a week and constantly have availability changed at will. A lot of the time you will be understaffed via people calling in sick and people quitting.

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Do you mind working for almost no pay and obtaining burns intermittently on various parts of your body from unsafe oil proceedures?

Shared on 5 February 2019

1. Tell me a bit about yourself. 2. What made you interested in this role? 3. What do you know about Grill'd? Very easy questions, but make sure to do some research on the last question; (Simon Crowe, Local Matters programs, all food items are sourced from local Australian farmers, etc)

Shared on 3 February 2019

What experience do you have? What is your availability?

Shared on 30 November 2018
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