core values  

 

passion

should be at the core of everythign we do, invigoarting us to do things with pride and care to make it nice. At our deli, when we talk about a passion we are talking about an innate desire to be hospitable, the willingness to always do a job well done, and initiative to go above and beyond even in the smallest of ways. We want to surround ourselves with people who want to be here and pursue these ideals not because it is apart of their job description, but because that is just who they are. 

 

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take ownership

You are here on this team and you are important. We want you to contribute, if there is something that you're passionate about, speak up and express your interest. 

 

if you see something, say something 

We want to be the best little sandwich shop and beer destination around. TO achieve that, we all need to hold each other accountable. Don't be afraid to communicate if you feel like something just isnt right, or when you see someone behaving in a way that you don't agree with. 

 

take a deep Breath

 

slow down to speed up 

 

leadership 

Perform at the highest level even when nobody is looking. Its twofold: lead through actions and lead through words. The first is self explanatory, carry yourself in the way that you want those around you to carry themselves and care about the smallest details- the ones that no one may even notice. Leadership through words is another thing. Its actually about two things: affirming those around you when they do a good job and holding them accountable when they don't. But the two should be approached in two very different ways. 

Praising people for a job well done can be public and celebrated, do it with emotion. Yet criticism should be done with no emotion, and always in private-- the tone, time and place can be just as important as what you actually say. 

 

But remember how you receive criticism is just as important as how you give it.