We opened a new store and it took 5 days of fun training!
After the interview I started orientation the next day and my training a day after that. No waiting, No 2 or 3 interviews, No silly videos, and No ridiculous 5 days of training. My trainer noticed I could already take tables my first day, so they fast tracked my training to 2 days. Orientation was a group event, training is 1 on 1.
Answered - Server/Bartender (Former Employee) - Palm Bay, FL
One week, group class then one on one
Answered - Server (Former Employee) - Terre Haute, IN
For a server: Orientation is day one. Then online class and menu test 2 to 4 days. Then 2 classes with a manager and 4 to 5 shifts with different certified trainers. I did my classes on the same days I did my first 2 trainer follows. I was on the floor myself 8 days after orientation. That's with taking no days off.
I started the same week. Had to complete computer training before actual hands on training in the restaurant. The first training was a group classroom, and then each training shift after was one on one with different trainers in the restaurant. I think it was done efficiently
Answered - Server/Bartender (Current Employee) - Lowell, MA
It took about two weeks. The training was for about two weeks and it was a class then one trainer.
Answered - Server (Former Employee) - Albany, NY
I started right awayand i did have to train
Answered - Dishwasher (Former Employee) - Palm Beach Gardens, FL
The next day i started training and it was one on one training
Answered - Line Cook and Prep Cook (Former Employee) - Grand Chute, WI
I started a few days after my interview and I was trained for a week by a single person on each station.
Answered - Grill Cook (Current Employee) - Lakeland, FL
2 weeks. training was 9 weeks in a one on one setting
Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - Thornton, CO