Sales Associate (Former Employee), Pekin, IL – March 24, 2013
Pros: i got breaks, discount on food when working
Cons: pay was not what it could have been for what i did
Steak-n- Shake is always a busy place. I like that fact because I like keeping busy. It was a friendly place most of the time. Everyone has their days. The hardest part of the job was keeping up with more than one task if I was the only one running breaks for everyone. The most enjoyable part was hearing the customers tell me I was doing a really good – more... job and they were satisfied with everything I did – less
Customer Service Associate/Waitress/Trainer (Former Employee), Westfield, IN – March 13, 2013
Working with others as a team player and communication skills. The hardest was the younger high school kids that act in negative behavior and managers that don't help and are rude. Customer service was enjoyable! helping others is what I drive to do.
Server/Customer Service (Former Employee), Florence, KY – February 28, 2013
I made great tips at this job. The turn-over was fast. I was a shift leader, and a trainer. On thursday and fridays I worked doubles, on saturday and sundays I worked third shift but would usually come in during second. On third shift I would be the only server or have one more with me. I had to seat the tables, take the orders, deliver the food, make – more... shakes, and cash the customers out. 90% of the time I had lines out of the door, crazy drunk people, and always managed to make everyone happy. On certain nights (sometimes the weekends) it was just the drive thru person and I. So I would also have to cook my own food. In Florence Ky, Steak n Shake is one of the only places open third shift. It was very busy and a lot to handle. Also, after it died down I would be responsible for cleaning all the tables, doing all the fills, doing the dishes, the floors, the bathrooms, high chairs, kids packs, garbage inside and out. Also, counting down the drawers and going to the bank. It was a lot to deal with, but I really enjoyed my job. – less
Food Service Manager (Former Employee), St. Louis, MO – January 21, 2013
Pros: good insurance plan.
Cons: changing hours and consistancy of staff.
• Responsible for daily operation, scheduling, and training.. • Achieved labor, drive thru times and customer satisfaction. • Used local store marketing tools to drive sales. • Trained staff to exceed company expectations.
Waitress serving large numbers of parties (Current Employee), saint .louis – October 1, 2012
Cons: staying extra hours
I come to work serve great people ever day.I take fresh food out every day seat people at the door and i also work the cash register i also work over nights at time.I have learned how to communicate with my coworkers to get the job done.The hardest part of the job is making all the customers happy.seeing people happy that they have hot fresh food at – more... a reasonable time. – less
Waitress/Cashier (Former Employee), Indianapolis, IN – September 27, 2012
Pros: leaving with tips
Cons: small biweekly paychecks
a typical day was making sure that every customer left satisfied. i took their orders and delivered them as well making sure they got everything they needed. I learned how to get along with all kinds of different people and how fun it can be. i always have respect for all management and all co-workers. the hardest part was having to deal with extremely – more... rude customers at times. the most enjoyable would be getting to meet all kinds of different people. – less
Waitress (Former Employee), 1415 Sw Wanamaker – August 11, 2012
Working for Steak-N-Shake was my first job as i was attending High School. It was very new and scary but then i found that it wasnt to hard to keep a job until foster care came along and i had to leave my job post to move to another city.