Bar Manager (Current Employee), Pelham, AL – May 12, 2013
Pros: benefits, good pay
Cons: lack of upward mobility
A typical day consist of leading three aspect of a business. The kitchen includes 5 cooks daily that need direction. a bar with two bartenders that need to be carefully observed to insure alcohol laws of the state are not broken. then you have 12 servers that need constant supervision to make sure the customers are cared for properly. During this time – more... you have to keep a eye on the floor to make sure you do not loose a customer. This is a very busy day at no time can you take focus off the customer. if you are not a people person this job is not for you. – less
Trainer (Selma) (Former Employee), Selma, TX – April 27, 2013
It was wonderful working for them! They give you money back for how much you work and good grades (for those in school) and take REALLY good care of their moms-to-be! It's hard work but it's a blast! The management leaves you be and let's you do your thing; as long as you get your stuff done!! Maintaining uniform standard is high on their list, so know – more... that! They also, move you up to be a trainer and bartender if you put in the work for it! Management is really supportive of your choices and they really help you out where they can. – less
Waitress/HOOTER GIRL (Former Employee), Montgomery, AL – March 5, 2013
Pros: fun uniforms, good tips.
Cons: sometimes hard to move up in company, very image based.
I loved working here! The girls were helpful and a lot of fun, the guests had a great time in our location, and the money was decent. The hardest part of the job was trying to maintain during the down season. The most enjoyable part is being able to be myself and have fun. I hate that I lost my body after having my baby, that's ultimately the reason – more... I wasn't rehired back. – less
Waitress customer service excellence (Former Employee), Statesville, NC – January 31, 2013
I only worked on weekends but when i was at work it was a entertaining job with fun people to be around and always busy. I learned how to be very sociable with the public and work in a fast pace place. The management there was always pushing you to do a lot of stuff and put you down, was always being odd and weird. The ladies there were very competitive – more... and kind of rude, and wouldn't really help you out if u needed it. The hard part of the job was not getting off until 2am after getting out of school. It was fun to entertain the customers and listen to there stories, and also put a smile on there faces.
Productive and definitely was fun to work there then
Cook / Preparation / Maintenance (Former Employee), Warwick, RI – January 29, 2013
Pros: good atmosphere, good food
Cons: ton of drama sometimes
I did food prep the setting up the line , dishes cleaning of the kitchen and walk in coolers.I learned how to prep a lot of foods the right and fast way.The co workers there was great I am still friends with a lot of them.The management knew what they were doing and they treated us well some others more better .The hardest part of job then was staying – more... focused there was a lot of drama that would not stay at home or just stay at work it basically went with you everywhere you go or do..The most enjoyable part for me was working with cool people and making my secret wing sauce there, going there after work to watch games or fights. – less
Server (Current Employee), Downers Grove, IL – January 28, 2013
Pros: i get to work with my best friends, great energy and atmosphere
A typical day at work would usually be fun because I get to work with awesome girls. On a weeknight, typically it's steady, not much happening. On weekends is when we get busy. Basically, I interact with customers and make sure they have the best visit possible and encourage them to come back. The management is not consistent. My co- workers are fun. – more... Some of them are like my best friends and i love that I get to work with and have fun with them. The hardest part of the job is dealing with people that don't have respect, but you run into those people everywhere and you just have to learn how to deal with them. – less
Hostess (Former Employee), Schererville, IN – December 1, 2012
Cons: no breaks.
My co-workers were rude and self centered. I learned to ignore the negative and stay positive. Mangement was unfair and favortism was involved. I would just keep to myself and do the job that needed to be done. The hardest part of my job there was having my co-workers be so rude and careless. The most enjoyable part was meeting new people and having – more... people come eat there just to see you. – less
Cook (Former Employee), Richmond, KY – December 1, 2012
typical day required me to come in a cook. I enjoyed the people I worked with. the hardest part of the job was getting work scheduled around my classes. some nights would run late and I would have a really early class next day.