Its a good company on the national level...local level may be different
Kitchen Manager (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – January 10, 2017
I know a lot of others who work for OTB and love the company and the culture. On a national level it is well run and I think is moving in a great direction. On the local level (in my area) the area director doesn't seem to know what he is doing and is not at all on the same page as the national folks as far as direction, policies or procedures.
Data Entry Assistant (Former Employee) – Woodbridge, VA – August 23, 2017
This was never a permanent job, but used during a time of transition. I developed friendships with my co-workers, but the building was unsanitary and after continually asking them to do something about it, I no longer felt safe working there.
Server (Former Employee) – Auburn Hills, MI – June 4, 2017
This company taught me time management and also to have great multitasking skills, it was a faced paced environment. The bad thing is no matter how hard you worked it was never enough for the managers, they expected more and more. You never got appreciated for the hard work you did and the amount of extra things you did for them.
No Breaks, 13 hour shifts, did not take enough taxes out
House Trainer (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – June 23, 2016
Customer service skills in this work place are critical. i like the job because i like to make people happy and satisfied. you do however earn majority of you income in tips and that gets very unpredictable.
Server (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – June 6, 2016
This is not a job you want to do all week, if anything request only weekends or days closer to friday and Saturday as that is when one makes the most money. Co-Workers are rude and belligerent, managers don't care and are only looking to get their paychecks and get out, clientele is bad as well. Like I said, take this job as a weekend job Thurs, Fri, Sat and Sun thats when the most money is made.
half-off food for employees, hot female customers (for men)
Great place for teens who want a simple first job.
Hostess (Former Employee) – Gastonia, NC – January 4, 2016
As a hostess you greeted and sat customers in a strategic manner. I had to be careful not to crowd one server. I clean tables and swept the floors. most enjoyable part of the job was the atmosphere(good music, nice customers). Hardest part of the job was getting enough hors to support myself.
Server/Waiter (Former Employee) – Leawood, KS – May 27, 2015
The food is amazing and the team was very fun to work with. I took pride in providing excellent service to my customers and acquired many regulars who would dine in and ask specifically to be seated in my section.
Bartender (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – September 6, 2014
I enjoyed working in the Food and Beverage business. It is a fun atmosphere where I was able to meet new people everyday. I enjoyed working in the bar where I can be interactive with guests and also get to watch some sports on the television from time to time. I worked well with my coworkers and had a great management staff. The hardest part of my job was probably during the rush when it gets very busy all at once, but that also made it a little bit more fun also.
Waiter (Former Employee) – Midland, TX – February 26, 2014
If you NEED a job right NOW this is great you will get working right away if your even slightly good at waiting tables you will be scheduled doubleshifts most of the week you will come home tired and if you don't smoke now you will by the time you leave. management changes about every couple months so if you start out with a great manager dont hold your breath they wont be there long if you have a bad one dont worry they wont be there long either if you open your shift you close your shift so the first person in has the longest freaking day ever. the other waiters are awesome and somehow even after working from 9am to 1 am i would still find the energy to party with them looking back only God knows how
Server/Shift leader/ Bartender (Former Employee) – Buford, GA – January 24, 2014
serving guests, cleaning, restocking, opening and or closing the store would be a typical day working. managers are great and fun to work with. the hardest part of the job is finding something to do to stay active when it is slow.
Operations Manager (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – June 30, 2013
Open/close branch order products from various vendors using ordering utilities: Ben E Keith, Potato Specialty, coca-cola, roto-router, Ecosure, etc. Working knowledge of most clerical computer programs recruit, hire, terminate employees. Create weekly schedules for staff of 50+ tax information paperwork for new team members work with in restaurant management team as well as corporate support experience in inventory utilize reports involving inventory and labor to efficiently operate multi-million dollar location
Employees and 3 guests can dine at OTB at anytime and get 50% off their dinner.
Bartender (Former Employee) – Charlotte,NC – January 6, 2012
I worked at On the Border for five years as a bartender. It's a wonderful restaurant and is fun and upbeat. I learned a great deal about customer service and the importance of teamwork while working there.
flexible scheduling, great management, fun upbeat atmosphere