Our Favorite Part About Working at Siete - Sietefoods.com

October 21, 2019

When asked, “what’s your favorite part about working at Siete?” some of us responded with “the food” or “the hugs,” but most smiled as they said “the people.” While some people forgot that we're officially in the "spooking season," let's just say that, for others, it was top-of-mind. (#Sietescares, anyone?) Needless to say, for some, it was a trick; for others, it was quite a treat. In the end, the video turned out to be a pretty accurate culture video after all.



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