Awfully Chocolate
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Awfully Chocolate Employee Review

Minimal benefits, no health insurance for some employees

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June 19, 2019
enjoyable part of the job is free food (sometimes we got to try the cakes and dessert items)

minimal benefits


very difficult to apply for annual leave as they have the rule that no two people in the same team can take the same dates even if their roles are different
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2.0
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1.0
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2.0
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2.0
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Pros
great coworkers in the office except for the finance and hr manager
Cons
Saturday work, difficulty in applying for leaves, no OT pay, no health coverage for foreigners/biased coverage
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Overall the work experience is rather enjoyable, at times the jobs can be extremely demanding but it allows you to come up with problem-solving techniques on the go.

The hardest part of the job would be the intense working hours, especially if you opt for full shifts and the lack of manpower can be pressuring as most of the times you would be required to work on your own. However, it is a good opportunity for you to be independent.


This job requires you to be vocal and a go-getter, you would need to take the initiative to talk to customers and not wait for them to talk to you. So they would prefer extrovert individuals with good communication skills.
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