Dishwasher (Former Employee) – Murfreesboro, TN – March 5, 2018
It was just a wonderful place... Met alot good people and friends there. And we are still friends till this day. The management team always made you feel welcome and productive. And they always took the time to help out.
Kitchen Supervisor/ line cook (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – February 26, 2018
I was a line cook at there tucson lotcation for over 5 years. In that time we went through six kitchen managers. Because the rest of the management team does not support the kitchen anyway it is by far the easiest place you will ever work you really don’t have to cook anything as everything is pre-made and brought in except for two of their doughs. I would not recommend this place for anyone to work in because there’s very little communication between the managers.There is no support for the hourly employeesAt all for example if you need to call it is your responsibility to get your shift covered not the managers.
Easy very laid-back environment
No support from the managers there are no breaks your schedules are never the same
My coworkers were fantastic, but some management and most corporate promotions work staff to death
General Manager (Former Employee) – Thornton, CO 80233 – February 5, 2018
Old Chicago was a wonderful place to work due to the many unique characters I befriended during my time there. The turnover rate for management and staff alike were both extremely high. I felt a good majority of what kept the place running fell onto the shoulders of the staff itself, in lieu of everyone pulling their own weight. We were one the busiest Old Chicago's in the Denver-Metro area, and were ill-equipped to handle the volume that entails.
Hostess (Former Employee) – Cedar Hill, TX – February 4, 2018
I enjoyed working with the staff, although it was fast paced. Sometimes the servers would get stressed out and lash out on you but when talked about appropriately between server and host issue was resolved. It was fun getting to know the guests who came in regularly and I loved working there. What made me finally leave was the management kept changing and we got new managers along with new gm and my hours cut down drastically even after discussing with managers, so I had to leave.
Fun environment around holidays and people are fun to be around but is fast paced
Hostess and Busser (Former Employee) – Independence, MO – January 1, 2018
My review on Old Chicago would be a 3.5 stars out of 5 to work at because there is a lack of strong managerial figures and there is commonly stressed workers and pay is not all that good except fo back of house workers.
Dish Washer (Former Employee) – Superior, CO – December 25, 2017
probably one of the top 3 worst jobs ive ever worked. behind fish markets and toilet cleaning. horrible working conditions. super stressful and the managers do not care because you are easily replaceable.
Cashier/Server (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, NC – October 24, 2017
empty promises on promotions, very unorganized and training is a mess, customers were the best part of the job the atmosphere and the fact that we ran out of food every other day was by far the worst and the tipping point
LIne Cook (Former Employee) – Merrillville, IN – October 15, 2017
I enjoyed working there. Old Chicago is similar to an Applebees or Chilis. I worked with great people, who became friends, and we became a family. People cared about each other and would look out for each other.