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legal dept & hr deptis are a nightmare to work for
anonymous (Current Employee), Houston, TXApril 27, 2014
Pros: creative department which has now completely left the company
Cons: you are a slave with low pay and no room for advancement
The company as a whole does not value good employees. There are administrative assistants who do not know basic office functions and are promoted while seasoned employees remain in current positions. There is no room for advancement. HR is mismanaged. Legal is also mismanaged. It's very apparent to the entire floor how disorganized and unhappy the employees – more... are. You will be sexually harassed, yelled at, screamed at, called stupid...go to HR and they do nothing about it. You cannot rely on their open door policy, it is nonexistent, if you complain the company will screw you over to save their butts. The only thing they take serious are employee lawsuits, which will be paid. – less
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Joe's Crab Shack Daytona
server (Current Employee), daytonaFebruary 13, 2014
Pros: good money
Cons: management are aholes. especially fat boy ronnie
Never work here!! The turn over is crazy and the managers sleep with the hourlies! Everybody is micromanaged and the managers have no idea how to talk to people. If you want to be bullied and treated like garbage then this is definitely the place to be!! The only reason why so many people stay around is because its good money thanks to the tourists.
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All work, some play.
Training Manager (Former Employee), Houston, TXOctober 30, 2013
Pros: free drinks.
Cons: micro managed
They say flexible hours...I learned about politics in the work place.... I created a great relationship with managers and trainers, with them knowing that they will receive an answer ASAP.
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Constantly Putting Out Fires
Finance Intern (Current Employee), Houston, TXJune 16, 2013
Pros: free lunch on monday and breakfast on friday, plus $150 credit towards their restaurants.
Cons: disorganized, unprofessional environment.
The management constantly created more work through restatement issues, an acquisition, going public, etc. However, compensation, raises always lagged behind and was not consistent in the timing of the raises every year.

The benefit of $150 to spend on food at their restaurants is a nice perk, but does not begin to compensate for obvious deficiencies – more... in efficiency, prioritization and compensation.

Co-workers were fun and made the day less mindless data dumping. – less

About Ignite Restaurant Group

Ignite Restaurant Group is a portfolio of restaurant concepts fused together by a common commitment to provide guests with memorable, – Read more