Laurent Bakery
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Laurent Bakery Careers and Employment

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  • Company size
    201 to 500
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  • Link
    Laurent Bakery website
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Salary estimated from 97 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 21 reviews and is evolving.



Machine operator and Pick packer in Dandenong VIC
on 22 August 2019
Productive and fun loving place with nice employees.
Absolutely satisfied with the company's rules, regulations and policies. Multi cultural job site with people from different nationalities and working environment is very smooth.
Café All Rounder in VIC
on 18 March 2022
Don't Bother Applying
I worked as a Cafe/Restaurant All-Rounder at Laurent Bakery a year or so ago. There were overworked employees, always staffing issues. No encouragement from management. Feel isolated by others, a real mean environment. Toxic workplace culture. No professionalism in management. You will be working as kitchen, barista, cashier, waiter, cleaner, and dishwasher without sufficient training and be shamed for not being able to keep up. Stay away.
Truck Driver in Melbourne VIC
on 7 March 2022
Terrible place to work
Unfair treatment to employees poor management skills no safety concerns for employees no force you to do your work in an unsafe manner refusing to disclose all information in your contract
All Rounder in Melbourne VIC
on 25 January 2022
Guranteed Shifts but toxic workplace
Head office was harsh, despite being one of the busiest stores. No matter how good or bad you are all staff get paid the same which is really unfair. "The customer is always right" heavily applies to the companys ethics.Unless you are desperate for cash there is no reason to work for this company. The staff you work with are the only things that make the day bearable. The customers are stuck-up and have unrealistic expectations during lunch-time rushes. Based off location, the manager will most likely push staff members to extremes, working 10+ hour shifts with only 30min breaks, sometimes no breaks if the store is too busy.The company was stingy enough to change the staff discount from 50% to 30%, and then refused staff to use ingredients to make their own lunches.
Barista/All Rounder in Melbourne VIC
on 17 March 2021
Unhealthy and Toxic working environment
Doesn't matter if you are the greatest, most ambitious, most dedicated worker in the world, or a person who doesn't care with no experience, you will be treated the same in this company, and that's like a piece of rubbish. I still wonder how they can operate on this level by treating their staff like that! It literally feels like working in a sweat shop in a third world country. I myself had some financial difficulties and couldn't afford to quit. The management found out about it and used me to the point of no return. I was told on a few occasions after complaining about being treated like that, "why don't you quit? I know why, because of the money, you're broke and you need the shifts." The HR is useless. The company's too big to bother taking them to the court, you can just leave and do hours of therapy to move on from being degraded for however long you worked in that place...

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