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Family Owned Resturant
Resturant Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Peru, INAugust 14, 2014
Talking to customers and the owners on a professional everyday level.
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great place to work, get along with co-workers
front lobby cleaning (Current Employee), Williston, NDAugust 12, 2014
like the management, I have a set routine to help the job efficiancy
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good place for beginners
General Manager (Current Employee), Fort Dodge, IAJuly 25, 2014
Pros: 1 free meal per day, being my own boss. rarely seeing the owners
I have learned people management skills, organization is key to a successful operation, and the hardest part is coping with your employees.

A typical day is pretty routine.

Menu changes are common.

With this store there are little benefits or chances for improvement based on unwillingness by the owner to advertise outside the usual.
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Learned customer service
Shift Supervisor (Former Employee), Hot Springs, SDJuly 22, 2014
Watch over co-workers
handling money/deposits
handling any issues the customer has

The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to interact with different types of people every day.

The hardest part of the job was when issues arise, sometimes you always had to admit to yourself you were wrong because the customer was always right.
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fun place to work
Shift supervisor (Former Employee), Mankato, MNJuly 14, 2014
A good place to eat, Good place to work.
Made food, took customer orders
did dishes. I ordered for the shipment for the week. Went to bank
helped out with making schedule for employees
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Good environment
Crew Leader/Crew Member (Former Employee), Grinnell, IAJune 16, 2014
Pros: n/a
Cons: n/a
It was a good place to work at. I learned a good work ethic from my friends and co-workers. The hardest part of the job was when I left.
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FUN working environment
Crew Shift Leader (Former Employee), Williston, NDMay 17, 2014
Pros: very clean work place
Cons: do not get free meals
management and training was a blast everyone is so friendly and they kept a professional working environment but made work an exciting place to be!
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Nice hometown company and great for college or high school
Shift Manager (Former Employee), Mankato, MNApril 13, 2014
I loved working here when I was in high school. flexible schedule and great management. You cannot support a family or a mortgage on this wage, though.
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great people
Crew Member (Former Employee), Billings, MTApril 4, 2014
Pros: free lunch
Cons: not enogh team work
i love the management and the people who work there the food is some of my favorite and its very clean
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Would not recommend working there
cashier (Former Employee), thief river falls mnApril 1, 2014
Pros: 3.50 off meals while not working
Cons: drama. treated like a slave
I worked at tjs for less then a year. Hours where good until I got dropped from 30 hrs down to 10 hrs due to management issues. I got tired of the drama everyday. Working with a poor team made my days seem like I was a slave.
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Enjoyed the shift i worked
Crew Member (Former Employee), Chippewa Falls, WIMarch 31, 2014
I enjoyed the shift i worked on, a lot of the crew members got a long well and had their strengths and everyone knew the strengths and weaknesses so everyone knew where to be and where not to be. The opposites shift management and cross overs were not as understanding and would get upset when things went wrong when we were forced to do things they knew – more... we were not the best suit for that area – less
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Fun
Server (Former Employee), Fort Lewis, WAMarch 21, 2014
Customer service and food service rolled into one. Fun and enjoyable place and co-workers
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Manage ment did suck got new management
Fryboy (Former Employee), Rock Springs, WYMarch 19, 2014
i Was always working late and doing dishes while dealing with the manager and asst manager fighting
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Fun place to work
Crew Member (Former Employee), Ottumwa IowaFebruary 16, 2014
I would make food and do prep. There really was no hard part of my job it was very easy and relaxed.
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Overall good job
Shift supervisor (Current Employee), wellington coloradoFebruary 8, 2014
it was overall a good job.
management was good
co workers great
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fun place to work, great employees
Cashier (Former Employee), Sterling, COFebruary 3, 2014
Pros: free lunches
a typical day at work would be coming in and seeing what you are going to do for the night like cook, drive thru, front counter, or back window. then you would do your job and would do cleaning stuff around the store. i learned how to handle angry people. The management was great some people some people werent very nice and didnt know how to really – more... do their job. Some of my co-workers were amazing some werent. the hardest part of the job was cleaning the bathrooms because they had this weird walls that you would have to scrub the walls. Also that you would have to use a tooth brush to clean the walls and but the molding. The most enjoyable part was handling money and being around peope. Especially the regulars they were a joy. – less
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This was my first high school job and it was a fun and outgoing place to work
Lobby Supervisor (Former Employee), Altoona, IAJanuary 29, 2014
Pros: free lunches, half priced meals off clock
Cons: no benefits for assistant managers and lower pay
I worked as a closer in the company and one of the better benefits was free food, great company and amazing customers
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EASY JOB FUN FAST PACE ENVIROMENT
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Topeka, KSJanuary 21, 2014
Pros: free lunch
Cons: no room for promotions
TYPICAL DAY CONSIST OF OPENING STORE BANK DROPS, AND PREPARING FOOD HOT AND FRESH TO GUEST
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Didint follow health codes
night manager (Former Employee), Burlington, IAJanuary 21, 2014
Pros: food
Cons: bad management
They were not a very good employer. They were not following health codes and made it very uncomfortable for a person to work there.
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Typical Day
team member (Former Employee), Eau Claire, WIJanuary 15, 2014
Pros: communication and bonding with employees
Cons: not having any coverages
On the days I work, it would always be 5- 11 pm (closing) shift. I would take the bus or sometimes call taxi to get a ride there because I did not have a permit or licence. I would take the bus everyday at 3:15 and arrive at work around 4:20. During my spare time, I would have a quick snack before it was time to clock-in for work. Being always afraid – more... I`d be late for work, I would arrive early. I like to keep my reputation as good can be and clean. At least, I try very hard to. I admit I have been late several times, depending on a cab driver and the bus; isn't that great. But, life was complicated for me. Going into work, my employees would scream my name and welcome me because we all get along just great. They are like my second family, very warm and welcoming. When it's time to clock-in, I would had already be in my uniform and always be ready to work. I am usually a very happy person so that's how they remember me; I'm smiley. I would assign everyone on a station (including myself), and get to work. When it gets super busy, I would take charge and go help the other stations because I can multitask. My crew is very good at helping each other so, hopping off from what I was doing and going to help another employee who is doing their station alone, isn't a problem. It flies like that through the rest of the day, break time comes, and we take turn on breaks. At the end of the night, we do our closing chores, and sometimes I would do inventory when I'm not busy. We get everything done great. Even if we have to spare a little more time than usual at night to get things done; neither of us complain. When we're done with everything, change garbage, secure our alarms, leave out the door to take out trash, and finally get in our car and go home. Since I ride the bus to work, my shift leaders always offers to take me home at night because the city bus doesn't run anymore. They are too kind! They are great and I can say we've been together through the ups and downs. Not to mention this was my very first job and I've had this job ever since I was fifteen. The hardest part about this job was probably teaching myself to be confident. It was really hard at first because I started off as a shy person. Over the years, this job had taught me how to be confident and learn how to be myself. Talk more, greet people, learning new things and I had realized that practice makes perfect. I was just afraid of how others judged me and what they thought about me. But now it doesn't bother me a bit (yes, I do want to be what someone consider "good" but you dont have to look good to be good). This job had been a great experience and I am sadden that I had to give this job up. The most enjoyable part from this job is having that connection with my employees, shift leaders, and managers. – less

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