BreadTalk
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BreadTalk Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    $25m to $100m (SGD)
  • Industry
    Restaurants & Cafes
  • Link
    BreadTalk website
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Food Preparation & Service

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Salaries

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 115 reviews and is evolving.

3.0020183.2020193.2520202.0020213.752022

Reviews

Cashier (Part-time) in Sembawang
on March 23, 2022
Fast Paced Environment
I am able to Learn how to multitask and also customer service skills. Typical day at work involves serving customers and ensure cleanliness, Arranging of buns.
Cashier (Part-time) in West Singapore
on March 9, 2022
Overall a great experience
A typical day at work as a cashier is pretty busy, carrying out tasks like: cashiering, packing grabfood, cleaning and dealing with customers sometimes. Its a bonus if you're bilingual while cashiering!Pros: Co-workers can be really nice (honestly depends on the outlet), company provides alot of benefits such as free meals from dintaifung during promotion periods and free drinks from toastbox dailyCons: Can be busy at times, dealing nasty customers, have to be really quickConclusion: Every job is never easy and this definitely isn't either. Just try to find joy in the smaller things, so it makes your life easier.
Assistant Branch Manager in Singapore
on March 2, 2022
Fast working nature and you need to learn fast. Good working environment and friendly staffs.
This is fun working environment but fast culture for staff. You have no boring time on duty as you will have to learn new promotions and new products. Anyway as for me I like this company and I work there for 6 years.
Cashier (Part-time) in Canberra
on February 18, 2022
Good place to get some work experience.
for the pay and the work needed to do it’s not really worth it. As the cashier you also have to do stock checking, counting and tray cleaning. you may also be asked to help out to pack breads and cut toast. When there is crowd it can be quite busy but when there is no crowd quite relaxed, nothing much to do.
Accounts Officer in Tai seng
on July 3, 2021
Too much workload, never ending
Way too much workload, never ending work to do everyday and alot of OT. if never go to work for 1 day, work will pile up mountain high. Hard to go for long holiday as short of manpower. Mostly still need to go office even though wfh is default

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Process takes about a day or two

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