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Anonymous shared this review of Panera Bread, United States on Jun 30th, 2021
"Get out of the male dominated toxic environment. Women may have positional presence with no authority or decision making capacity. "
Anonymous shared this review of Panera Bread, United States on Jun 11th, 2019
"Work hard and dont get involved with workplace politics. A lot of gossip and abrasive people "
Anonymous shared this review of Panera Bread on Dec 12th, 2017
"Panera is a great brand and it's a well-run company. I think there's still progress to be made in advancing female leaders."
"They are very fair in my experience, although I have no way to know if everyone makes the same amount for doing the same job."
"I worked here for almost 3 years and after my second location move to accommodate my college education, I left in about 8 months. Women took up most of the work force at all the locations I work at but all managers I encountered were rude and harsh. Worked there through most of my pregnancy and everyday was put in the drive thru; then made me feel bad for asking to take my breaks. As for any advancement opportunities they don't exsist unless you have any higher up experience. (like manager experience at a competitor)"