Hourly Associate (Current Employee), Fayetteville, NC – November 24, 2013
Pros: free meals, friendly environment
Cons: no room for growth in the company, no raises in the 7 years i have worked there
A typical day at work was to take orders, expedite food, deliver the food, and clean up after customers left. I had to use the register and do a good deal of customer service. I had to keep my area of the restaurant stocked while doing Front of House shift. The hardest part of the job is just knowing that no matter how hard you work you won't grow in – more... the company. The most enjoyable part of the job for me was honestly customer service. I enjoy helping customers and making their experience enjoyable. – less
Management (Former Employee), Northglenn, CO – January 23, 2013
Cashier: to prepare food, cashier, serve customers in a timely manner, and clean restaurant. Organize Catering orders and deliver to various customers. Make bank deposits. Promoted to Manager. Dealing with people that don t listen to you was the hardest or back talking you.
Co-Worker (Former Employee), Fort Wayne, IN – December 25, 2012
Pros: free meal
Cons: hour cuts
I was barely there so theres not much i can describe on working at the resturant. A typical day running food to customers. Management was ok. Co-Workers were easy going. Hardest Part of the job was learning all the meals and the old technology. The most enjoyable part was meeting new customers every day and seeing the regulars.
Associate (Former Employee), Colorado Springs, CO – December 20, 2012
I enjoyed the work that I did but they were not serious enough there. The managers didn't care about much and they were too lenient. I learned a lot there I got really fast at what I did and I got better at multi tasking. I enjoyed the people that I worked with they were all really friendly and we all got along like a big family. There wasn't anything – more... to hard about the job because it was your basic run of the mill fast food job not too much of a challenge for anyone. Overall this just wasn't a good place to work there wasn't much room to grow there. – less
Cashier/Cook (Former Employee), Charleston, SC – November 28, 2012
Pros: half off meals
Cons: short breaks
I'd clock in and go straight to counting my drawer down to make sure its correct. Then i'd start taking orders if any, if not i'd clean my area if needed. We always had atleast one manager on duty and 5 co-workers altogether. The hardest part of the job is taking the customers attitude.We try to handle those behaviors in a mannerly way. the best part – more... of our jobs is making sure our customers feel at home and are giving the best customer service. I love hearing about how good we were to them and there stories. – less
Restaurant Team Leader Full-time (Former Employee), Tallahassee, FL – October 28, 2012
This was my first official job and one of my stepping stones in life I learned many valuable skills and working at Fazolis starting my journey for management.If they would have stayed in business I am confident I would be a District Manager or better.
Associate (Former Employee), Battle Creek, MI – October 18, 2012
Pros: discounts on food!
Cons: nasty customers
This was my first real job and I enjoyed it! It was hard to please all the customers all the time but I tried my hardest and did my best. I would have loved to stay longer at this job but I had sports and my senior year of high school to finish.
Associate and Service Leader (Former Employee), Kenosha, WI – August 5, 2012
Pros: the enjoyment of working
Cons: no advancment
Everything from Cashiering,Order taking,Drive thru Operater, Food prep and sanitation.Service Leader I dealt with the customers like a waitress.Getting them drinks,more food, and cleaning the tables. I learned how to master Customer Service.My co workers were great working together when huge orders would come in. The hardest part of the job was that – more... i was there so long and wanted to be a trainer which they would not do.The most enjoyable part of the job was working in the back house. – less
Associate (Current Employee), Indianapolis, IN – May 2, 2012
When I first started I liked it, now i dread going to work. I have no life outside or work because I close every night. Im a hard worker and I do what needs to be done but no one shows apprecation. I was told they wanted me to move up but they have yet to start me on any training. I make minimum wage and I feel I deserve more for what I do.