Zippy’s Restaurants is looking for a few good men and women! The company is hiring seasonal workers to help handle the holiday rush over the next couple of months. Director of operations, Belma Soliven and server at Zippy’s Makiki, Kahanu Castro, joined host Kanoe Gibson to tell us more about their experience working for Zippy’s.
According to Castro, Zippy’s is all in his family. He shared with us how he met his future wife at Zippy’s, plus his brothers and sisters have all made Zippy’s their employer of choice. Zippy’s Restaurant is proud to have many long-time employees, some having worked for the restaurant for over 30 years. Zippy’s says they strive to create a feeling of family at Zippy’s not only among the staff, but also with customers. Soliven described the staff as her extended family, explaining that customers become friends too. Soliven said staff recognize customers by name, and in turn, customers treat Zippy’s workers like part of their family.
Zippy’s is hiring all positions for all shifts at every store! With 24 locations, there will be a work location near your home, school, or primary job. Pay starts at $11.50 an hour. No experience is needed, you only need a great attitude and work ethic. Plus, you get free meals when you’re working!
Several hiring events are being held Saturday, November 10, 2018, at three Zippy’s locations – Zippy’s Kahala, Zippy’s Makiki, and at Zippy’s Waipio. Come as you are, but look presentable. If you have one, bring a resume. The company says it will make offers to qualified applicants on-the-spot.
Hiring Event Hours for Saturday, November 10, 2018:
Kahala Zippy’s: 11am – 3pm
Makiki Zippy’s: 1 – 5pm
Waipio Zippy’s: 2 – 6pm
About Zippy’s Restaurant
When people think of Hawaii and food, Zippy’s Restaurants comes to mind instantly. Along with the eatery’s fast food counter and restaurants, there is also Napoleon’s Bakery®, Osaka Okazuya, The Sushi Bar at Zippy’s Pearl City and Kahala Sushi at Zippy’s Kahala. Zippy’s signature product is its original recipe chili. The restaurant sells over 100 tons of it every month through its stores, fund raising activities, and in retail markets.