Waitress (Former Employee) – Elkins, AR 72727 – July 14, 2016
I would start my day cleaning throughout the restaurant before it got too busy. Then I would greet customers, fulfill my duties as a waitress (seat them, get them drinks/appetizers, check on them to make sure they had everything they wanted). I loved the people I worked with, my ob wouldn't have been the same without them. They were friendly and helpful and made my day/job better. Same goes for the management. The hardest part of my job would have been making sure everyone was taken care of at all times. However, the most enjoyable part was, because i live in a small town, seeing the usual friendly customers and meeting new ones everyday.
Hostess/Waitress (Former Employee) – Round Rock, TX – August 17, 2016
I enjoyed working with my co-workers. We had many loyal customers who were fun to serve. Managers were fun and easy to talk to. Hardest part of the job would dealing with rude customers but most of the time managers would help out with those situations.
This was a great and rewarding experience. I loved working with children and planning education activities to expand their knowledge. I would manage children throughout the day and preform educational activities to get the children excited about learning. The hardest part of the job was saying good-bye to the children that left the program. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing the children's faces once they understood the learning concept of the day.
Server/Bartender (Former Employee) – Lincoln, IL – January 22, 2016
This place has great food and a positive fun environment. working here is a nightmare unless you are related to one of the store owners. they will short your pay FREQUENTLY. they will serve alcohol to minors and force you too as well or you risk being fired. And the owner is very touch with his female employees. I thought i would love working there, i was wrong.
Puller (Former Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – December 27, 2015
A typical day at work would be walking up and down a conveyor pulling orders. I did learn some basic computer skills while I was there.The "participative management" model meant the managers were not really involved,you were not directly supervised. My Co-workers were great. The hardest part of the job was not being able to transfer to a more suitable position, because of the clickish high school environment. The most enjoyable part of the job, weekends off .
The favoritism, nepotism, cronyism, high school environment.
Dishwasher (Former Employee) – Greeley, CO – October 16, 2014
I could have stayed longer if they would have giving some help during busy days. I did lots of double shifts and they they didn't offer any assistace when needed. I have done dishwashing for 15 to 20 years in different places and this was the first place where no one offer to help if necessary.
Busser (Former Employee) – Lonetree, CO – October 10, 2013
A typical day at work is honestly great. I loved the enviorment and atmosphere they provided. It was something that i appreciated from the company. I learned that things happen and there are things you can't control, but at the same time i coulddn't get enough of the constant loving feeling they gave me. My co-workers were definitely welcoming and they showed determination. The hardest part i would have to say was the trays, they were heavy but i learned to master it. I feel that the best part was seeing the costumers leave with the biggest smile and know that I have a part in having them return even happier.
Server/Expo/Host/Busser (Former Employee) – Lone Tree, CO – May 26, 2013
Take care of customers by getting them their food and beverages. Have a relaxed atmosphere, and let it be a safe haven for guest to get away from the problems of the world. The management don't care though if you work really hard, you are not a person to them, you are an employee that they can be replace. The coworkers were the best thing, they are so friendly and have become some my best friends.