Monkees Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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The Monkees are an American rock and pop band originally active between 1966 and 1971, with reunion albums and tours in the decades that followed. Their original line-up consisted of the American actor/musicians Micky Dolenz, Michael Nesmith, and Peter Tork with English actor/singer Davy Jones.

Monkees band Tv show is terrible, their reflect canned laughter and fake youth exuberance, and the jokes are very old, according to a review by at Egasulla at imdb.com

"The thing is not as bad as I had assumed: it is worse. The canned laughter, the fake youth exuberance, the jokes as old as dust, the truly dumb guys pretending to play a dumb guy... it's not that I can't enjoy 60s American TV; some things are more than watchable. But certainly not this one."

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Dairy Supervisor (Former Employee) says

"Working for Alfalfa's was one of the worst jobs I've ever had. They have no respect for employees and could care less about anyone who is not on the corporate side."

Bookkeeper customer service (Current Employee) says

"Alfalfa's is currently in flux and there is very little supervision in management. they need to update their computer and accounting systems. I would not recommend working for Alfalfa's if you are looking for a permanent home. The team members that work for Alfalfa's are an amazing group of people, the upper management has issues."

Management (Former Employee) says

"Upper Management is awful, no teamwork. Very disorganized and no direction. It’s the worst job I’ve ever had. Do your self a favor and look elsewhere. Cons: Working for this company"

Baker (Former Employee) says

"Alfalfa's is like a zoo being run by the Monkees. Ownership is incompetent, eviscerated our benefits, yet expect you to be shorthanded for months on end without being compensated for it. They don't pay their vendors, we didn't have soap for the dishwasher. Constantly shorted on supplies because they only had a couple vendors. No sanitation set up. Couldn't use the elevator because the inspector hadn't been paid. No supervision because the boss was always covering Boulder. They operated the Boulder store without hot water. Just so glad I don't work there anymore. No sick days. Cons: Too many to list"

Barista/Cashier (Current Employee) says

"Some of the staff are friendly, Coffee/Juice department management sucks and as well as upper management. Unfortunately, nothing ever seems to run smoothly, if one thing falls apart and so does another it’s like a domino affect. Majority of the time, managers are so unprofessional, they’ve know idea what they’re doing and aren’t good leaders for their employees. In all honesty, they need to take the sticks out of their butts and help their employees strive for success."

Grocery Manager (Former Employee) says

"Old old white ignorant arrogant men, patting themselves on the back, for a poorly done job. Will be sold, AGAIN, within a year. Maybe someday they’ll pull their heads out of there."

Dishwasher/Part-time Prep Cook (Former Employee) says

"I ended up trying to help the store but ultimately got run over. The prep cooks were cool, as were some of the other employees. I had the distinct feeling that upper management didn't really care about anyone. Cons: Pretty much everything"

Marketing & Sales Coordinator (Current Employee) says

"Turn over is High, in two years I saw the Boulder store have a 360% turn over. They can't make any money because they have to retrain people all the time. They pay is low and the store is dirty. Work at Lucky's instead."

Produce Specialist (Former Employee) says

"Zero training. Poor management, Ownership and management were absent most of the time. Outdated computer system made daily tasks more difficult than they needed to be. Company was in bad standing with many of their creditors. Cons: high stress, no support from management"

Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) says

"The employees are GREAT, but the owners and the CEO are uninvolved and don't seem to care about the company or the employees. The CEO is never on the floor of the stores and seems to work about 25 hours a week. Spends his time his office. There is a lot of nepotism at the top level with nothing much to show for it. Cons: Absent CEO and owners."

Supervised the Scanning Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"Worked long and productive hours. Challenged with trouble shooting on the spot. Volunteer opportunities welcomed. Workplace communication is positive."

Assistant Bakery Manager (Current Employee) says

"Friendly coworkers, but the customer base is very rude to the employees and management cares very little about our wellbeing or treatment by customers. I have learned much about management sine working here, but the one thing they lack is structure to training for different roles in departments. Most of my works days begin very early and I have little time to actually sit down for a break. I do the job of 3 to 4 people and stress myself out. There needs to be more delegation of responsibilities or more bodies hired. I love the people i work with however. Always such a joy to see them when they come in. Cons: Poor Management, Poor Delgation of Responibilities."

Line Cook (Former Employee) says

"I applied for a line cook position but soon after taking the job i realized there was more customer service involved than I wanted to take on. I was able to stick it out for 6 months but customer demands became too much to endure. Cons: Public"

Cashier (Former Employee) says

"Cool company to work for, but has some big issues. Training employees at different locations than they are working would be nice only if it wasn’t the equivalent of taking something from the freezer and tossing it into a fryer. On top of that, they couldn’t ever make accommodations for a life threatening allergy despite continued assurances that something would change, leading to the need to quit with no notice due to how medically unsafe the situation had become. Schedules aren’t always similar shifts and can be ill coordinated, but they were working on that."