Seasonal Cashier (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – July 14, 2016
A typical day at worked was fulfilling about 100 orders and then cleaning each station. Not much room for moving up in the company and there is absolutely no job security for the first 5-7 years of working there. Loved my time there, but it was way too short. Baseball and great people around me made the time fly by.
Manager of Operations (Current Employee) – Miami, FL – May 26, 2016
Did not expect to be brought into a company that has little trust in their management team. They treat the hourly team much better than the salaried team. There is very poor moral in the arena and no respect for the chain of command. everyone wants to make executive decisions but blames everyone else when things go wrong.
Suite Attendant (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – April 15, 2016
Levy Restaurants offers a very flexible schedule. I learned many "short-cuts" that made for a more efficient work day for myself and a more enjoyable event for the client(s). I've met many great people working for Levy and have gained valuable skills that I can take with me after the event season.
free meals, breaks, great connections, teamwork experience
Cashier/Food Prep (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – July 21, 2016
i learned how to be open to meet new people my co-workers were a joy to work with i enjoyed that i had the chance to see new thing management was very concerned on how the could make our days at work more enjoyable
Its a good job for someone that just needs a little extra cash
Cashier (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – December 12, 2015
Its a OK job but the management is not organized and they don't give you enough hours and they mess up your money. Its a good experience and you meet all types of people but not for someone who needs lots of hours and money starting out.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – November 16, 2014
I enjoy the wide range of customers. Exciting. I learn how to deal with difficult customers and enjoy receiving praise for excellent service. My co-workers have been team players whom I enjoy working with; makes the day stress-free and the work is performed in a timely and efficient manner. When management is not met 100% I try to jump in and help with the situation to make it 105%. I am willing to perform all duties in my workplace (cashiering and food preparation). The most enjoyable part of my job is when returning customers come back to me (personally) every time they visit the ball park.
Director of Premium Operations (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – April 7, 2016
Overall this is a great company to work for. Sports Entertainment is great and I am always on the go. I thought this a great transition for me. I wanted to see if this was a good fit. It was, however hotels are my forte and I would like to resume my career back in the hotel industry,
Lead Cook (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – February 19, 2016
A day or night at Portland City Grill consist of your typical grind of a line cook, working at this place inspired me to continue my education, The management staff gave the proper training and the proper guidance to the staff