Pros: one of the easiest serving jobs you can find
Cons: managment was horrid, customers less inclined to tip because of food setup
The recently fired Regional Manager was absolutely awful. Business was so bad, the restaurant just ended up shutting down. So anyway, I'll just tell you what he was fired for and allow you to draw your own conclusion. They finally got rid of him after several reports of se xual harassment, money fraud, yelling at the employees, yelling at the customers, and being a horrible person. It was awful. He made many people work twelve hour shifts days in a row and refused to give any breaks, unless you were one of his favorites. It only took corporate DOZENS of reported complaints to fire him, and by then business had dropped to nothing. So they were forced to shut down, and decided to give all of the employees about a two-hour notice. The co-workers were great, the customers are less inclined to tip as much as at a normal restaurant because they are required to fill their own bowl with food, and I learned to never continue to work in a poorly managed environment, because odds are the people higher up aren't much better.