Come Join Our Team!
My name is Rick Pogue. I would like talk to you about our company. S&S Cafeterias has been in business more than 80 years. Our first cafeteria opened in Columbus, GA in 1936. We attribute this long-term success to the dedication, work ethic and persistence of our managers and employees. Many of our team members have been with us 30+ years and plan to be with us many more years in the future. At S&S Cafeterias we are all part of a family that wants include all of our customers as part of that family. When you enter S&S we want you to feel the sincere welcome from our family to yours.
In order to be successful over the next 80 years, we will continue to look for and hire quality managers who are team leaders and employees who want to be part of that team. We are recruiting applicants who enjoy working with people. We want team members who have a persistent drive and determination to be successful.
S&S Cafeterias ensures quality of life for all of our team members.
We offer flexible hours, good working conditions and a variety of other benefits.
At S&S Cafeterias we treat our team members as family.
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What makes food management so worthwhile? What are its rewards?
It takes special people to thrive in the restaurant business. Restaurant Managers must have a heart for service and a desire to satisfy customers. The reward for a successful restaurant is far more than just monetary. Money is certainly necessary for us to survive in today’s world but, it does not satisfy our deepest needs. The reward for a Restaurant Manager is a two-sided coin. One side is to achieve the best possible Customer Service and produce top quality food products. This is truly our major goal. When you hear the customer say, “This is the best food I have ever eaten” or “Your employees are extremely polite” or “I’ll be back soon”, THIS IS THE BEST REWARD.
Establishing repeat customers, who you get to know and who eventually become your friends, is also very self-satisfying.
It has been said that once you experience the restaurant business, it is in your blood for good. I believe that this is one of the truest statements ever said.
On the other side of the coin is the organization and the development of people. The true reward is to be able to work with and lead people towards a common goal and then seeing them achieve that goal and accomplish their inner needs.
At the end of the day, if I have in some way helped make a person’s life better, that is my greatest reward.
All the best,
Richard R. Pogue