It is flexible, depending on the availability of each store. Please check with the store manager.
Answered by Panda Restaurant Group
Depending on the location and volume of business. They also factored in on how good of a worker you were. If they didn’t like how you worked, you were most likely to get the maximum of three days and be on call for the week in case someone called off. If you worked really good they would usually only give you one day off with the chance of two days off. They would overwork you in the way that benefits them. For example you would have to either open or close the store for management and they would come at a later shift or leave earlier.
It ranges depending on how good of a worker you are. If they are short staffed they will want you to devote your life to them. Not a very good work/home balance. If the upper management if coming to town you will be there all night cleaning.
NOT flexible at all. As a student and working 2 jobs, there was no flexibility
They where fine just they well cut them off two 3 hours
Answered - Help counter (Current Employee) - Provo, UT
55+ expected and overnight if an ACO team is in town (VIP)
Answered - General Manager (Current Employee) - na
Stressful during the weekend
Answered - Counter Help/Cashier (Former Employee) - Indio, CA
Flexible work hours. I just give my GM two weeks in advanced notice of my hour changes.
Answered - Kitchen Helper (Current Employee) - Huntsville, AL
40 hours a week
Answered - Cook/Dishwasher (Current Employee) - Berwyn, IL
Working hours are really flexible and work around students
Answered - Cashier (Current Employee) - Phoenix, AZ