Rolld
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Rolld Employee Review

no recognition of staff efforts

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15 May 2020
Usually, 8 am starts if opening, spend about 3 hours rolling rice paper rolls while serving customers when finished begin prep for the next day. if closing you are left with whatever is left of the prep while also have to do store runs, packaging runs and serving customers with only 2 staff instore. VERY DIFFICULT. my efforts were constantly overlooked.
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  1. no recognition of staff efforts