The staff makes this place a fun place to work. The managment, eeehh not so much
kitchen supervisor (Former Employee) – Biloxi, MS – September 2, 2015
I loved working with Hard Rock . The people and places were badass! But being a corporation the management structure leaves a lot to be desired. They do not promote from within although they blow thatmore... smoke. I went through 4 GMs and 5 KMs and had to prove myself over and over to each one. When you keep bumping your head on that corporate roof over and over it gets discouraging. But I will reiterate the support staff are true ROCKERS ! less
cleaning, warehouse, and busser (Current Employee) – orient RD tampa, FL – August 5, 2015
happy workplace and ready to help everybody. what I learned is to be a good co-worker very good management. they respect all employees I like to work like a team with my co-workers when you work happy, nothing is hard the diversity of cultures
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 3, 2015
To work at the Hard Rock Café, you have to really be a "People Person" in every sense of the word. You are going to come in contact with people from all over the world and they all know about the Hard Rock reputation. So visitors expect to be treated a certain way and their experience is comparable to other Hard Rock Café's.
Cocktail Waitress (Current Employee) – Biloxi, MS – July 31, 2015
A typical day at work is serving drinks to guest that are gaming. I learn something new everyday. Some of the management is great to work for. My co-workers are great to be around. The hardest part of my job are the daily rule changes and the most enjoable part of my job is being around all the guest that come in.
Great people you work so closely to
healthcare for part timers and no PTO for part timers
high volume restruant, great place to work. Also you have a great optunity to move up with the company, promotion etc.
server/ banquet server/ busser (Current Employee) – hollywood FL – July 16, 2015
its a great place to work, very high volume restaurant, great place to improve, and move up with the company. Love the co workers that work there, the environment is fantastic. the managers there make you feel special. the most enjoyable part of my job is interacting with my guest. I always want my guest to come back and see me at my restaurant.
Hostess (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – July 16, 2015
I would come into work and we would have a meeting and talk about the day's plan. If anybody was having any parties we would talk about the seating, or any birthdays we would talk about what type of happymore... birthday to sing. We were energetic people that set the mood for the customer's experience at the Hard Rock. We also, during the day, checked the bathrooms, cleaned tables, maintained the volume of the music playing in the restaurant, and swept in the souvenir store. It was a good time working at the Hard Rock, they really didn't want much but for you to be on time and ready to work. less
Anybody can walk threw the doors! Great discounts on souvenirs and food.
Line cook, prep cook (Current Employee) – boston, ma – July 2, 2015
i was asked to worked a catering event featuring Asian cuisine that featured a buffet style dinner. i was in charged of the noddles and stir fry, which i made by order. as the hours pass by and after countlessmore... containers made, it was time for the event to be over. all of the food i cooked was finished expect for the last i made. by the time it was brought back to the kitchen the staff was hungry and craved the food that was being delivered. the whole staff ate each individual serving including managers and servers. at the end of the night everybody congratulated me and loved the food that i had cooked. so much managers where eating with their hands. less
The benefits were great overall. Getting sufficient hours to afford a lifestyle was efficient. Managers were more secure then employees and worked with a lower expectation then an employee underneath them.more... Favoritism was a big deal and it affected many situations. The line of communication from the employee to the HR staff was very little. And did not always stay anonymous as it should be. There is no grace period, however due to busy seasons the employees have to catch a shuttle from a off-site parking lot and sometimes the shuttles arrived late. This made the employee late and the employee was pointed for the lateness. less
Free breakfast, lunch and dinner according to work schedule
Managers were complacent and had no care in the way they performed their jobs