Kitchen Food Company
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Kitchen Food Company Employee Review

If you wanna stay happy, don't work there

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20 July 2016
worse company ever. They behave worker as slave. Shouting on them and abusing is everyday drama. They never appriciate workers hard work.
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Cons
If you wanna eat their food, you loose your job. Never get right pay.
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  1. If you wanna stay happy, don't work there