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30+ days ago

Restaurant Shift Leader

Potbelly Sandwich Works Chicago, IL

5. Benefits and Bonus! Did you know that full-time Shift Leaders are eligible* for a bunch of great benefits? Medical, Dental, Vision, Domestic… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Shift Leader

Potbelly Sandwich Works Chicago, IL +15 locations

Potbelly Sandwich Works is your neighborhood sandwich shop that offers an eclectic, homey environment with live music. What could be better than… CareerBuilder

11 days ago

Database Analyst

Potbelly Sandwich Works Chicago, IL

Assists in analysis, design and implementation activities associated with database development, system integration, reporting systems and… Monster

22 days ago

Hourly Manager/Shift Supervisor

Potbelly Sandwich Works Chicago, IL +2 locations

The person in this role must be a role model of Potbelly's Values. Some supervisory experience in a restaurant or retail environment is ideal but… ShiftGig.com

22 days ago


Potbelly Sandwich Works Melrose Park, IL

Want to be a part of a great team? Want to make tips and deliver to awesome customers? Then Potbelly Sandwich Shop is the place for you! We are a… ShiftGig.com

22 days ago


Potbelly Sandwich Works Des Plaines, IL +2 locations

As one of our hourly Associates you will get the experience of a lifetime. Customer Service is our forte so you must like to make people REALLY… ShiftGig.com

1 day ago

Shift Supervisor / Shift Leader - Restaurant – new

Potbelly Sandwich Works Wheeling, IL

Looking for an opportunity to start your career in the never-a-dull-moment restaurant industry? Potbelly Sandwich Works, the… Monster

6 days ago

District Manager

Potbelly Sandwich Works Chicago, IL

· Continuously develop and train General Managers to the next level. · Must develop bench at every level… Glassdoor

30+ days ago


Potbelly Sandwich Works Chicago, IL

• Building standard and custom items such as tables, cabinets, bookcases, benches and signage • Occasionally on-site for repairs and installations… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Store Systems Analyst - Tier 2

Potbelly Sandwich Works Chicago, IL

· Work with business customers and other IT professionals to resolve disruptions, delays or intermittent outages of computerized equipment and… Glassdoor

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Potbelly Sandwich Works President and CEO Aylwin B. Lewis
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80 Ratings

    Great Potential, but ultimately not worth it.

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    Current Employee - General Manager  in  Chicago, IL (US)
    Current Employee - General Manager in Chicago, IL (US)

    I have been working at Potbelly Sandwich Works full-time for more than 5 years


    Love the upbeat atmosphere and having a great time making people happy. Certainly a lot of potential for personal growth. Teamwork is great and it can really foster a family environment.


    Profit is more important to Potbelly than people. Ultimately, you are judged on results (more specifically how much profit you bring in) over actual performance. If you make the company money, they love you. If things aren't going well despite working 60 hours a week, they will toss you to the curb. Expect to be stretched thin on management and stressed out. They are struggling with growth, as there are not enough people to fill their positions in new shops and they are not concerned with making their employees happy, which is leading to turnover. Many jobs are available for similar compensation and much less work and stress.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Invest in people. Unhappy and overworked managers make for unhappy employees in general and it snowballs into terrible turnover for the whole company. You cannot have a growing company and have this high of turnover. Many managers shrug off turnover as "no big deal" and it needs to be taken much more seriously. Care for your people, and they will care for you.

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