fast pass, great place for flexible hours, serves great quality of food
Server Trainer/Server (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – July 1, 2017
Started company while still private, Brio is fast past work environment, each day has a predictable rush time. Side work is a major part of the restaurant running a smooth shift. This job requires the ability to multitask, communicate with co workers, and have full menu knowledge at all times. The hardest part of the job is involuntary power shifts. Management turnover is high with in the company however, you still have fun, serve great food, and make a very comfortable living wage.
discount on items, flexible schedule
no healthcare for hourly, not aloud to take breaks on power shifts
This company is going down hill quickly, perhaps it is opening too many stores too quickly and losing sight of the culture and standards. Management positions unfortunatly do not come with job security, you are not appreciated and are overworked. Corporate has hit an all time low with the many coupons they send out to local residents, which only seem to drive in the cheapest scum bags and not the kind of clientele that will become "regulars". District partner for majority of northeast ohio is a moron who doesn't care at all about his employees or how to take Care of his people. A warning to anyone applying to this company: don't waste your time.
Manager (Former Employee) – ohio – December 21, 2013
No quality of life, and area manager for the Columbus area is outdated in his methods. He is not a leader to help drive the business and has sold out to the new regime. Ive worked for the company twice. First time several years ago in another market when the founders were involved. Now its a company of cutting corners, and not promoting the culture that got them to over 100 stores.
Work at your own risk, and your family wont matter, and and you will get so many false promises that sooner or later you will be looking again.