Pros: Consistent work, flexibility, half priced meals
Cons: No advancement opportunity, poorly managed, brand inconsistency
As a team member at RR, I found the job to be enjoyable. I had to twist arms in an effort to work my way up in the company and did successfully make it to a bar tending position. Once I began to train for a management position, it was suddenly halted without explanation and I was asked to turnover all contacts made with vendors to another training manager. I quit. This company bled me dry from the time I was 16 to 22 with very little interest in helping me advance beyond an hourly rate. Can't say much for the core values because they were rarely observed by management and it flowed to staff.