Pros: great co-workers. flexible and comfortable schedule. 50% off on some things
Cons: too much stress. no appreciation. the pay isn't worth the work most times.
My co-workers are as good as they get, and the managers are nice, as long as there are no problems. The problems is, some managers are hour-based, which means that to get the manager their weekly hours (around 40, I suppose) they cut back on staff hous, which means less people, less hous, and harder work. A person has to do the work of two, sometimes three people, with the same expected time limit and quality. Managers most of the time are in their office playing with their phones or talking amongst themselves. They help, sometimes the cook, but most times the waiters, because they receive tips, along with their normal salary. There is no appreciation for your hard work and you are at fault for things you cannot control, because we are expected to work perflectly 24/7 with a perpetual smile on our faces. We understand that customer service is important, but we also want to be treated like people, not machines. Thankfully, my managers (most of the time) and co-workers are awesome. Priority is given to your education and schedules are very flexible.