Depends on the Bar/Unit you are working at.
Pros: Paid Breaks, Good Benefits.
Cons: Managers aren't always consistent, Sales numbers are more important than how the associates are doing
Good company to learn and gain experience from, but would not stay for too long. Wish some of the managers were more hands on and more willing to help but unfortunately, a lot of them never come by or stop by. Thankfully, I work at a bar that has a manager or a lead there at all times. Some places aren't as lucky. Shifts are also done by seniority. The higher your seniority is with the company, the better the shifts you will be able to get. Which works well for people who have been there for a long time but it also doesn't help the other associates who are extremely, hard working and getting stuck with the not-so-good shifts. Also, don't appreciate the fact that the associates that have more seniority are the ones that are typically the most lazy. Noticed this from a lot of the other units I have worked at. Other than that, it is a good job for somebody that wants to learn certain skills (time management, multi task, patience, team work etc) but would not recommend being there for too long.