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Career Shadowing

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Sam Barwig

on 23 April 2010

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Career shadowing
whats the purpose of the company? is to give hot food in a timely manner and make a profit doing it Where will the company be in 15 years? will remain successful in the next fifteen years as long as they continue
to adhere to the high standards Burger King has put in place. What employability skills are needed to work for this company Be on time(Come in 15 mins before)
Dress properly( Always wear assigned uniform)
Showing respect(employees should be respected
and in return they will repect you.)
Meet deadlines( sales, labor, and food costs are
important elements in making a profit, these must be
recored daily)
Average salary and education needed to work there Burger King has many
areas where one can move
up in the company, from crew person
to hourly manager to restaurant manager, district manager or even owner. A district manager can make up to 70,000 per year.

Skills for this job. ability to adapt to the needs of the bussiness
computer skills needed are basic excel spread sheets. Would you pursue a career with this company No, because i dont like cooking or having a nasty
feeling because of the greasey stuff. What did you like best about this job I really didnt like this job. What did you dislike about this job Alot of thing because
you have to get grease on you and drive alot Pam Barwig
District Manager
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