Cons: vulgar coworkers, inefficient training, lack of professionalism
I just recently started with the company, and have hated it every time I've gone it. I was hired as a server with no serving experience and was guaranteed enough training before I was sent out to serve on my own. They 'trained' me for three days before sending me out to serve tables alone. Training consisted of me following a server for all of maybe half an hour per shift, and then cleaning other peoples' tables and running food - this taking up the other 4-9 hours of my shift/double shift. I also have never carried 3 or 4 plates at a time, especially hot plates, considering this was my first food industry job. I would constantly be ridiculed for not knowing how to do that in the first three days of working. Coworkers would talk to each other with disrespect constantly. They'd yell for people to get the bleep out of their way and call each other names that Indeed won't even allow me to post because they're so vulgar. They would yell at each other a lot, and managers would see this happening (usually in the kitchen area) and they'd laugh or ignore it. Everyone was extremely vulgar. They would also tell me to do other peoples' jobs, whom were usually in the kitchen or at the side of the bar on their phones. The guys would talk very descriptively about doing things women, which made me very uncomfortable.
Overall, this location was very tense for anyone that has a censor.