Cheddars was a casual and a strong working environment that I enjoyed every day!
Server (Former Employee) – Fort Smith, AR – June 16, 2014
I usually helped opening the restaurant, set everything up for the day, did running side-work as I took care of my guests, I had a lot of my guests come in and see more than once quite often and I called them my regulars. I always offered to close to earn extra cash and help out, I'm always working, never slacking around. I enjoy staying busy.
Customer Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Arlington, TX – October 11, 2017
This was my first job. Although learning much about myself and working a job, i also witnessed poor management skills. There was almost none or barely any strict rules. Servers sharked tables from each other and customer clientle was rather unpleasant due to cheap prices.
SERVER (Former Employee) – Bowling Green, KY – October 9, 2017
Cheadar's Casual Café was one of the worst jobs I have ever had. it was a very unprofessional place to work for. Servers was forced to split tips with the bartenders, host ,SA's, Food runners and more. It would be nights where servers would f=do all of the above jobs but still would be forced to pay out.
Busser (Former Employee) – Dothan, AL – October 7, 2017
This was a family. Everyone here treated one another with respect. The ones who didn't respect the family didn't last long. The managers were like the older brothers and sisters, just because you didn't know what they were doing didn't mean they meant harm.
Prep Cook (Current Employee) – Augusta, GA – September 27, 2017
Love working there friendly environment love working with the people I work with the job is not hard or stressful I get plenty of hours the work place is safe I love the product the sale and serve I love going to work the pay is great I don't plan on leaving they make u feel welcome and it's a team effort Everytime I am there
Cook (Former Employee) – San Angelo, TX – September 23, 2017
This job will keep you on your toes and have you working with a sense of urgency. The work environment is very competitive and rewarding. There are several positions and advancement is always available to those who work hard to get to that point.
One of the most tight nit group of people you could ask for. The culture there was just like a family. Management was involved and knew what was going on every step of the shift. All the wait staff were on the same page and didn't hesitate to help one another.
Server/Waitress (Former Employee) – Florence, KY – September 21, 2017
As a waitress you must give excellent customer service. Always be on top of the ball so you do not forget anyone, and always think positively. You can be given anywhere from 2 to 7 tables to manage. I really learned the importance of time management here. Always be gracious to whoever you are serving, and never give them a bad impression of you or the restaurant. You want people to enjoy their time relaxing and eating.
Management had to be organized so that there were enough servers for all the tables available, food was being made and brought out with efficiency and skill.
The work was fast passed, you had to know the menu inside and out and be able to give recommendations. Time management was imperative.