Lead Server (Current Employee) – Glasgow, KY – May 4, 2017
Sidelines Casual Dining and a family owned and operated sports bar in Glasgow and Richmond, KY. I've been employed with this family for longer than any other server in our staff. The only negatiythings about this job would have to be the lack of communication and discipline between the managers. I love the family I work for. They have always been very flexible with my personal life and supportive.
Server/Waitress (Current Employee) – Fort Myers, FL – January 22, 2017
I love being a server! The guests that I serve come from all walks of life, and some of them are even regulars there. I've met teachers there, too, who have encouraged me to follow my dream of becoming a teacher. :)
Host where I (Current Employee) – Toledo, OH – December 2, 2015
i enjoy working at sidelines 2, the team member are just so nice and friendly and we are just one big happy family. While working at sidelines i have learned so much about myself and about leadership. also about how if one person messes up its a change reaction. This is a wonderful place to work at.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Crescent, OK – August 7, 2015
A typical day at work included cleaning, restocking, and customer service. I learned all about how to make orders and re stock the shelves. The hardest part of the job was getting along with my employees. I was the youngest and I made the most out of everyone and they thought it was unfair so I was treated terrible. The most enjoyable part of the job was I was on my own.
Waitress (Former Employee) – Saint Cloud, FL – May 13, 2014
The waitresses and the kitchen staff were great people, always fun to be around; but the management, they always seemed scattered and didn't know how to do more than one thing at once. Furthermore, the rules and regulations of the place are nonsensical. Such as: you have to pay for every mistake. If someone didn't like their food or they didn't specify they didn't want something in their wrap, you pay for it. If you ring in a beer and they get it out of the cooler and the customer didn't want it, you pay for it. If you put in and extra soda and never made it, you pay for it. They are just greedy, unruly people.
Productive and fun workplace with Poker and Live Music.
Hostess (Former Employee) – Woodstock, GA – December 9, 2013
A normal day would be to come in and put personal belongings away. Check to-do list complete that, meaning check bathrooms, clean all tables, roll sliver wear. When guests came in you would greet them with friendly and courteous customer service and typically ask how many and have them seated. As a hostess you were to rotate tables with all the girls serving that day. When we were slow we would run food to tables, help make to-go orders, and prepare salads.
I learned how to handle people a bit better, and to just go with the flow of business to keep up.
Co-workers were very nice, some were difficult to get along with but for the most part very nice and welcoming.
The hardest part of my job as a hostess was rotating tables, because the hostess has the most critical job in the restaurant, she/he makes the flow business stay a float.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the people and serving them, knowing that you made someone happy with customer service is a great feeling.
Analyst (Current Employee) – Online – August 5, 2013
Online job that discusses sports, I was in charge of providing input often from a statistical and an analytically based viewpoint on the happenings in sports, as well as future expectations. Everyone else on the site were very respectful, and even though at times it was tough finding things to discuss during offseasons, it was fun to discuss sports with other enthusiasts. Even in the short time I've worked with them, I'm learning that even simple tasks can require a lot of work and effort if you want them to very done thoroughly, and to always proofread anything i submit before submitting, because most people won't hesitate to point out where you need a correction.