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Written by Shift Supervisor (Former Employee) from Sent on February 19, 2019
It is a great place to be with the culture there. You would be able to learn great insides of the coffee brewing method to latte art. It will be an everyday thing to serve the best drink to all the customers.
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Written by Barista, South Station (Former Employee) from South Station on August 26, 2014
Supervisors had the worst communication for new hires
Manager spoke too fast and would overload the employee with too much info in a short amount of time
They want you to take money before knowing the orders