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Edgar's

Employment Profile

Employer:

El Pollo Loco

Manager's name:

Gloria

Job title:

Lobby Assistant

Employee ID #:

1985

Job responsibilities:

Uniform (Dress Code):

EPL shirt, hat, nametag, black slip-resistant shoes, black work pants.

Daily Tasks:

*Always check in with the manager first and ask what they would like Edgar to focus on the most that day. Some days Ms. Gloria mainly wants Edgar to do lemons, peppers, and salsas for most of the shift, and check the lobby and bathrooms every 10/15 minutes only when it is busy, and end with taking out the trash. She wants him to get as many salsa containers done as possible.

• Prep the mop bucket with hot water. Take it to the patio. Sweep patio and parking lot first and then mop the patio with the hot water he just prepped. (Use green mop)

• Continue by sanitizing and sweeping the lobby. Re-stock napkins and straws in the lobby and sanitize the soda machine area.

• Clean the restroom, sanitize the doors and handles, and stock any items that are needed.

• Once he is finished with that, clean glass door windows and if there are stains on the windows only wipe over the area that is needed to be cleaned. Use "spik and span" to clean/wipe glass windows.

• Edgar needs to check the fridge and see what they need that day (avocado salsa, house salsa, pico de gallo, or salsa roja).

• Prep serrano peppers, you will need 1 rectangular container, small plastic bags, serrano peppers, and scissors. Put 1 serrano in each bag. Finish off by creating a label.

• Prep lemons into salsa cups. You need 1 rectangular container, cups and lids, and lemons. Put 1 in each cup. Finish off by creating a label.

• They need to make sure to sign their initials on the clipboard above the handwashing sink every 30 minutes.

Special Instructions:

Motivate!!! MOTIVATE! AND MOTIVATE.
• Do not use a black tray when cleaning/sanitizing tables. Only use the sanitizing solution and green rag.

Areas of Improvement:

Working with a sense of urgency. Having confidence when providing customer service. Remind him to keep a good posture.

Additional Information:

<a href=~ PACKING BROCCOLI ~

1. Get the scale. (the location of it moves, check with coworkers)
2 . Get clear baggies from dry storage.
3. Get a box of broccoli from the walk-in fridge.
4. Portion broccoli into a clear baggy and weigh on the scale.
5. Twist clear bag & get the air out. (do not tie)
6. Put in a box or tin.
7. When done, put in the walk-in fridge.

Small side of broccoli = 3.0 oz
Large side of broccoli = 6.0 oz target="_blank" style="text-decoration: underline">~ PACKING BROCCOLI ~

1. Get the scale. (the location of it moves, check with coworkers)
2 . Get clear baggies from dry storage.
3. Get a box of broccoli from the walk-in fridge.
4. Portion broccoli into a clear baggy and weigh on the scale.
5. Twist clear bag & get the air out. (do not tie)
6. Put in a box or tin.
7. When done, put in the walk-in fridge.

Small side of broccoli = 3.0 oz
Large side of broccoli = 6.0 oz