Most days are slow but Friday nights- Sunday nights are extremely fast paced and a bit stressful. I learned some patience, how to handle upset guests, and better costumer service. The management most of the time was very good, sometimes unfair. The workplace was fun considering it was based on a movie. We had trivia we could play with the guests and our restaurant was themed after Forrest Gump. The hardest part of the job was dealing with very upset guests, especially over wait times or lazy employees that we would have to clean up after (i.e have to re-clean or re-sweep a table because they did not clean it correctly). An annoying part of being a host trainer was training people that did not seem to care about the job whatsoever and having to continuously correct their mistakes throughout the training process or even after the training process. The most enjoyable part of the job was the team I got to work with. Most of them are very hardworking with a great work ethic.
short breaks and you have to pay to have a discount on food