Waiter (Current Employee) – Albany, NY – December 3, 2015
Amazing staff and management. Very flexible when it comes to your schedule. Pays very fair and is a great place for a college student to work because they save your position. Lots of opportunity to move up.
Dishwasher (Former Employee) – watt st schenectady ny – March 31, 2015
I did maintenance and cashier, sometimes the meat department and just cleaned the store when it was slow. This was just my price rite one but this website for some reason jumped back to mazzone hospitality. You need a new coder. =] < Looking for a job.
Emplyee (Former Employee) – Albany, NY – August 12, 2014
Best Job I have had so far. My coe workers were great and fun! We all got along and made it a point to hang outside of work. I found a great group of friends once I started working there. Even if you made a mistake, everyone was there to help you. No matter what they were doing they came to help.
A typical day at work would be driving to the site of the event. Wearing black pants, black shoes, black belt and your black set up shirt. You would help set up the event and unload the trucks. Then you would have a staff meeting and meal. By this time your "on the floor" shirt and vest and tie are on. After the meeting you would go finish the rest of the set up. At the end of the event you would clean up the event then pack the trucks and leave. This job is a job where you are constantly working and moving. If your standing around then your not doing your job.
people, catering all different events
hours (wouldn't get back until 2 or 3 the next morning)
Customer Service (Current Employee) – new york – December 23, 2013
a typical work day for me includes reading about the event taking place, setting up for the event, building stations, setting tables. when the party arrives, show them to their seat, get them any drinks when necessary, serve the 1st course, take & post orders, clear 1st course. refill any beverages. serve 2nd course, clear, & so on until the last course. offer/serve coffee. at the end of the event, we clear the entire room, break down, sometimes set up for the next event. Many things I have learned while employed with this company is what hospitality really means. The management at mazzone, to me is great, if it weren't for them, we wouldn't have such a great team. Nothing would run so smoothly without their guidance. The hardest part about the job would be working at different locations that you are not used to and just feeling lost, but working with a team that is helpful makes it easier. The most enjoyable part of the job would be knowing at the end of the event you did your best work to make it a successful event & to also make all the guests happy enough where they want to return.
Event Staff (Current Employee) – Saratoga Springs, NY – September 18, 2013
At Mazzone Hospitality, there never was a typical day, each event was different and included different expectations, but everyday included set-up, staffing the event, breaking down, and sometimes set-up again. I learned how to proficiently read a function sheet and run an event from it, while working with multiple people of varied experience levels. Management was great and always pitched in where needed. There was a team atmosphere throughout the entire company that made this fast-paced, high stress job easier. The hardest part of this job was getting to know the building and how this company did things, it had been very different from my previous work experience. In the end, I learned a lot from this company and we had fun while working.