Pros: discounted meals
Cons: no overtime, no breaks during 6/7 hours shifts, lack of team work within management
I was sexually harassed during my shift by another employee(server) when I reported it to my general manager, I wrote a statement, and explained what happened. My GM insisted that it was an accident, disregarding how I felt. I found out during an investigation from the GM's boss(district manager), that there was another woman harassed by the same offender, yet he felt as though suspending the offender would be enough discipline. My general manager failed to report to the other managers on the flood that this situation was going on, therefore I ended up having to work with the offender side by side. Eventually, I quit because I could no longer feel comfortable in my work setting. I also expressed how unlawful it would be to have the offender still work the restaurant. I also called corporate to try and get some help, yet they failed to reach out after I expressed my situation.
Other than that, it was a very competitive working atmosphere. Most people who are hired don't stay longer than six months.
The positive thing about working there was that you made your regulars, so even if it's a slow day, you will still have friendly familiar faces.