Server (Current Employee), las vegas, nv – November 16, 2014
Pros: really emphasise on teamwork!
Cons: no breaks, no employee meals, very slow half of the year.
My typical day at at works starting off assessing how busy the restaurant is, I love to start my shift off reviewing my work area to make sure everything is stocked. I prefer to be set up for success and like having all materials needed BEFORE it gets busy. I like to work smarter and not harder. If however, we are busy when I first walked in, my guests – more... always come first. I have learned from this management team at Bahama Breeze to consolidate my time and efforts the best. The hardest part of my job dealing with my job is mean customers. I have learned in almost the 3 years of serving that as long as you try your best, do the steps of service correctly, try to personalize each guest experience and that no issue is to small for management usually any problem can be fixed. Bahama Breeze location in my opinion, is not good. We are located far enough away from the residential areas that very few locals go and far enough from the strip that we miss all the tourist foot traffic. My favorite part of my job is some co-workers and when I have guests who I connect with and we BOTH have a wonderful time together! – less
Greeter (Current Employee), Daytona Beach, FL – November 11, 2014
Pros: everyone is smiling and 25% discount on all food.
Cons: no cons
Bahama Breeze is a great place to work. Managment is amazing and listens to your needs and is very flexiable with the schedules. The co-workers are awesome as well. It is very laid back enviroment and gives you the feeling that you are in the island when you are really at work.
Bartender (Current Employee), Livonia, MI – October 14, 2014
Pros: 50% off employee meals.
Cons: no breaks. pay is not steady.
On a typical day at work, I do a lot of prep work for the rest of the day. I interact with many different types of people and make sure they enjoy their experience at Bahama Breeze. I've been with the company for a while and have learned a ton. I've learned how to deal with many different situations that I was put in. I've gained a lot of customer service – more... experience and know how to deal with all types of people and their needs. The hardest part of my job is keeping guests happy when things go wrong that are out of my hands. The most enjoyable part of my job is conversing with so many different people each and every day and seeing the smiles on their faces when they have had a great experience with me as their bartender/server. – less
Helpful and Approachable Manages and Corporate members
Bartender (Current Employee), Cherry Hill, NJ – September 18, 2014
Pros: conversing with different people
Cons: no breaks when busy
I open the bar here and I have opened five restaurants with this company. I have learned much about the restaurant business through the many opens. Management only wants the best for their employees and genuinely want to see them succeed whether it is with the restaurant or on another path. Hardest part of the job would be to move on because of the – more... strong ties I have made with many guests and the managers. I enjoy being able to converse with many different people throughout the day and learn from their life stories. – less
Server (Current Employee), City of Sunrise, FL – July 31, 2014
Pros: awesome co-workers
Cons: no breaks, lots of side work, not enough hours which = not enough $
Steer clear of Bahama Breeze sunrise,fl. management will not schedule anyone more than 30 hrs/wk unless you beg and plead. Condescending managers put everyone on edge. They talk to their staff like they're children. Clientele sucks!!! Tons of side work. Long hours for horrible money. The only good thing about working here is the cool people you get – more... to meet along the way, but other than that... horrible restaurant to work for. Save yourself the headache. – less
Food Service Worker (Current Employee), Roswell, GA – July 31, 2014
Pros: teamwork, communication
Cons: may not be as busy.
A great environment where teamwork and communication is needed through out the whole shift. Management as well as team members share the same goal and that is to provide the most excellent customer care and bring an island state of mind to our guest.
Server (Current Employee), Newark, DE – March 25, 2014
Pros: half off of our meals when working and 25% when we are just visiting.
Cons: late nights
My work day included serving guest their food and drinks, and giving them the great experience our guest deserve. I learned that many people are different and really appreciate good food service. Management is great and they work with your schedule well. Co-workers are great as well especially when we work together. the hardest part is the late nights – more... when we are extremely busy, but the money makes up for it. The most enjoyable part of the job is when you see the your hard work pay off from the amount of money that's in your pocket at the end of the night. – less
server (Former Employee), Raleigh, NC – March 5, 2014
A typical day at work is being on time and ready work what i learned is the customer service part how to be a good and perfectionist worker the enjoyable part of this jobis to work with different people