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not a fun or productive place to work
Team Leader (Former Employee) –  New York, NYApril 18, 2017
Not a good place to work, very unorganized and under staffed, too much trouble dealing with union rules. Too focused on making the CEO happy during his visits then making customers happy.
Pros
non
Cons
everything
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Good job
Chef (Former Employee) –  LaGuardia Airport New york, QueensApril 15, 2017
Its not a bad job, I can say bad things about this work. They have good thing and bad things. I didn't wanted to lived, but the situation for me in new york wasn't too good.
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long hours but great relationships
Supervisor (Current Employee) –  Newark, NJApril 13, 2017
A typical day depending on your schedule starts between 4 am and 3pm. There is always something going on and lots to do. The biggest thing to understand about OTG is that the name really does say it all, On the Go. Everything is thinking on your feet and being able to problem solve efficiently.
Pros
good benefits and 401k
Cons
long hours and constant changes from upper management
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Overwhelming, not fun place to work!!!
Server (Former Employee) –  Newark, NJApril 6, 2017
They want robots to work for them. When you try to be fun and show your personality they mess with you, change schedule.. I think they like when you feel miserable!!! No organization skills from managers, they really don't know what they're doing. Out of college, no restaurant experience GMs, that think they know what costumer service is, but have NO IDEA.
Lack of basic restaurant/bar products such beers, wines, coffee (in the morning), juices, all kinds of food.. and don't even bother taking out of the menu, we have to go back to every guest and apologize for not having anything.
Very sad. The workplace is not so bad, we can make good money plus health insurance. But it is not worth to care so much, go home stressed out and come back the next day for the same thing. I was bullied because of my english (I am Brazilian), and was told that I care too much, when all I did was giving a great costumer service and received a great number of reviews from guests.
Pros
health insurance
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A day in the life
Chef (Former Employee) –  Houston, TXApril 4, 2017
Arrive at a bit early,take a few moments to assess the flow of the day. Touch base with fellow workers get the good news and the bad. Check on hand products check the line check prep double check schedules and get ready for service. After service do inventory, coach if needed and then do ordering. The hardest part of the day is if and when someone calls out a few mins before a shift. Its a easy fit but when it busy you feel it. The most enjoyable part is knocking out a successful rush after a rush
Pros
No rhyme or reason reason to flow of business keeps it fun and interesting
Cons
No rhyme or reason to flow of business
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Great pay, but work environment is very tough.
Mulit Unit Restaurant Manager (Former Employee) –  Newark AirportApril 3, 2017
There is plenty of advancement opportunity but the hours and the workload are very intense.

Days begin at 4am and staffing is always tough. There are frequent call outs and staffing shortages.
Pros
Free meals
Cons
Shifts are crazy. Start at 4am.
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apply at your own risk (OTG MNGMT)
Cook/Prep Cook (Former Employee) –  Newark, NJMarch 26, 2017
it was an ok company...employees are fine once you get to know and work with them...some management is ok...but majority of management needs impovement. but if you just go work and stay to your self you should alright working there....
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Horrible company
Cook (Former Employee) –  Elizabeth, NJMarch 15, 2017
Too much to complain about. Management was bad. They accused employees of steal consistently. Under paid and overworked. Manages did nothing and were no help. Customers were allowed to steal. Never had aproducts employess needed to work..
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i would never work there again
Cook (Former Employee) –  Newark, NJMarch 14, 2017
they are always under stuff, never have supplies. mangers are never there the hours are up and down. you never get paid what your suppose too or on time
Pros
always hiring
Cons
the mangers have no respect for people they cut days never have supplies
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Poor - find new job
Director of Purchasing (Former Employee) –  New York, NYMarch 9, 2017
Management cared more about the money the employees -

Turn-over high, management was stretch too thin, expected to complete all task without help or assistance.
Pros
Pay
Cons
Everything else
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Excellent Company, Fast Paced
Server (Current Employee) –  Philadelphia, PAMarch 7, 2017
OTG is a excellent company to work for while you make your way through college. The staff are all well educated and motivated. Overall the company has a positive culture, and runs at a very fast pace. The biggest difficulty comes with language barriers, and the most enjoyable part would be providing excellent service that is recognized.
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An unorganized kitchen with some benefits
Cook (Current Employee) –  Newark, NJMarch 7, 2017
OTG is very much a work in progress. Constant improvements to terminal make it difficult for workers to complete the work day without obstacles. Every restaurant has to be shared with at least two or three other restaurants. Some of the supervisors are very skilled and can think on their feet quick, while others seem to have little to no experience and are just thrown in. There is a lot of talent and OTG and some chefs with great knowledge, determination and creativity. The experience level of the cooks range from very skilled to none at all. OTG at Newark is still a new concept and needs to fix some problems. I appreciate the ambition, but it seems like so much is expected of the workers.
Pros
50 percent off food, health benefits, union
Cons
doing a lot outside of your job description, disorganized
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Fast going, good experience
Gate Hold Server (Current Employee) –  Ozone Park, NYMarch 7, 2017
I have worked with OTG Management for a little over a year now, I have learned a lot & I have also met a lot of new & wonderful people such as customers, celebrities, & co-workers.
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Worst place ever.
Cook (Current Employee) –  Newark, NJFebruary 23, 2017
This company has no management. Most employees are lazy, lack of knowledge and skills, also they have no will to work. Managers don't know how to take care of good and bad employees. Any person with a goof sense leaves at the first opportunity, only the lazy ones stay. People are never hired, which causes lack of employees especially Cooks. We are always short, sometimes we don't even have one person to work in some restaurants. Inventory is always almost empty. Overtime is prohibit, if there are two people working in the line and one of them reaches 40 hours he or she will be sent home disregarding if is a busy hour. The only thing good about this company is because the management is so bad that you can call out so many times, come so many times late and you will never get fired.
Pros
No pros. Only cons
Cons
The entire company.
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Productive and fun workplace
Hostess (Former Employee) –  Newark, NJFebruary 15, 2017
The company could be a bit unorganized but it's a fun environment and fast paced so if you like fun and fast, this is the job for you! Meeting new people everyday and making their day is great
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This company is horrible
Cashier and Customer Service (Former Employee) –  Newark, NJJanuary 22, 2017
This company is horrible the mangers disrespects the staff and they want you to kiss they rear end. The restaurants the consumers are eating at is disgusting they are filled with roaches mice and RATS. It's nice for a weekly check but it is not nice enough to pay bills nor put up with the mangers and supervisors disrespect! This company is going to fail
Pros
Weekly check
Cons
Little pay, horrible management
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Great place to meet new people and oppurtunities
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) –  Jamaica, NYJanuary 20, 2017
Multiple people all around which allows you to meet the different cultures. You learn how to properly communicate with people while multi-tasking your current job.
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Great Company
HR Consultant/Benefits Coordinator (Former Employee) –  Park Avenue SouthJanuary 18, 2017
This company really treats their employees with respect and like they value them. They believe in educating their employees as much as possible to insure they can do their job. They also have a very good benefits program.
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Productive and Fun Workplace
Executive Chef (Former Employee) –  Queens, NYJanuary 16, 2017
Great people; great company that brought fine dining to the airport environment. I had a lot of fun working for them.
I worked with many different concept chefs.
Pros
Revolutionized Airport Din
Cons
Restaurants are inside the airport
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good working enviroment
Dishwasher (Former Employee) –  Philadelphia, PAJanuary 12, 2017
Great work place and great customers..I love working with customer so working at this company build up my customers skills and I leaned different cultures from different people..
Pros
Nice working enviroment
Cons
low pay wages
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