Business Insider reports on a recent analysis conducted by multinational investment bank UBS that looked at wages, benefits, and Glassdoor employee reviews for the nation’s major restaurant chains. It found that Dunkin’, Sonic, and Chipotle have some of the most dissatisfied workers in the biz, a fact that might prevent these companies from finding motivated workers as the labor market becomes more competitive
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Let's be honest, who still believes that Dunkin is still a good place to be at? Retail or corporate.
In the regards of company reviews , Inspire conveniently removed Dunkin as an entity on Glassdoor and linked it to a questionable entity dunkindonuts.com. Nice move by Inspire HR to contain negative reviews in someone else's bucket.
I assume this is referring to the restaurant level which, unfortunately, gets lumped into corporate reviews because crew members are leaving them for the franchisor and not their actual employer, the franchisee.