Cashier (Former Employee) – Whittier, CA – September 29, 2016
Overall a good place to work. A lot of management changes allowed me to work under various types of people and made it a good growth environment. I learned how to communicate effectively with team members, customers, and management.
FOH staff was young, out of high school/college. BOH typically consisted of long time employees. Management was trained in-house, very few were outside hires.
Constant change of management was difficult to adjust to. Equipment failure and shortage of supplies also proved difficult at first, but we learn to flow in any situation.
I loved interacting with the customers. I didn't know I was so social until after working there.
free lunches, employees discounts. they work with individual schedues.
Cook (Current Employee) – Berkeley, CA – July 8, 2016
-creating and modifying new recipes. -refocusing myself into science about food -management is also learning -co-workers are fun and great to work with -the hardest part is to get through the head office confusion - The most enjoyable part is to bring a new creation to being accepted as part of the menu.
was able after 12 years of being out of america to have a job
A very productive, highly acive and an enjoyable family to be apart of.
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Temecula, CA – June 23, 2016
A typical day at work would be coming in to clock in, after see the cleaning assignment you have for the day. If you are on register, you count your bin to see if the correct amount is in place for when you take orders. After, you check the restrooms, the area for everything to be in well condition and sanitized. In the kitchen one will need to always be a step ahead from having enough proportions, trying to get out of the way before the crazy lunch hour comes in. We take our breaks before lunch but if its a whole 8 hour shift it will be after lunch. The hardest part is to get down the requirement steps as for always being high alerted with the customers as far as providing them the correct order. maintenance, regular customers, getting down the 7 cashier steps, as far being very patient yet on top of everything. The Habit has provided an unity being treated as family, wanting to be like a home that you would always want to treat it as your own. As far wanting the girls to grow from being able to do things on there own, without being told but always on the watch from actually taking sincere interest as far from asking! If any doubts, is best to ask then to not. Overall, The Habit has provided consistency of helping one master different capabilities that one as individual can skilfully learn, from being a hard-worker, fast learner, multi-tasker, consistent, always learning and lots of patience from really caring about the customers.
Cook/Prep (Former Employee) – La Quinta, CA – April 18, 2016
A typical day would be working in the AM I would prep the food and clean so we can get ready to open the restaurant. What I learned from this place was how to make prep lists and orders for the restaurant.