HOSTESS (Former Employee) – Springfield, OH – April 11, 2017
Tumbleweed was my first job when I turned 16. It was a good place to start out and I learned a lot about the work force. It wasn't easy and the management could have been better but it was still a good experience.
Cook/Server (Former Employee) – Kettering, OH – March 20, 2017
Tumbleweed was my very first job. unfortunately they were closed due to bankruptcy, but that was a fun workplace and had good pay and good hours. so if you have a Tumbleweed in your area i suggest that you go apply and try their steak.
Hostess (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – March 9, 2017
TumbleWeed was a very fun and exciting workplace. I was a host there. I experienced lots of thing like how to greet guest at the door serve a little. I was able to experience new and different foods weekly. I enjoyed working for the company a lot because I got a chance to work with new faces and see different faces of guest everyday. I love the fact that TumbleWeed stayed very busy.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Nowata, OK – February 13, 2017
the restraunt is closed now.i work make sure my station was clean and ready for the day, take food orders from the customers and help run the kitchen. manager had no business being in his position. the employees were not drug tested and high school drop outs
Front of House Manager (Former Employee) – Wooster, OH – November 25, 2016
Slow business, but great workers and close knit team. Lots of manager meetings that required decent travel. The Location always seemed to get ignored as opposed to other locations in the company. Never felt like a priority.
Stressful Work environment, but overall a good place to work
server (Former Employee) – Wooster, OH – October 15, 2016
would come in on my shift make sure things were clean and set up ready to go. learned to make sure customers had a good experience meeting there needs. to do what management expected of you and to go beyond that. work as a team player to go out of your way to help others. taking care of at least 10 to 20 tables by my self and making sure there tables were bused and had drink refills plus stocking station and cleaning getting to meet new people and interacting with them and the children.
Waitress/Cashier (Former Employee) – Heath, OH – August 24, 2016
I worked for this company for a few years. Some of the managers and employees I got to work with were awesome, others not so much. (But that can be wherever you work). After awhile the job kind of just grew old of me. I didnt enjoy going into work anymore. I loved my customers, it was the staff i didnt enjoy being around while I was working.
Trainer (Former Employee) – Maysville, KY – July 25, 2016
As a Server making minimum wage the work is fast paced you have to be a people person making sure that everything is perfect for them from when they step through the door to when they step out of the door. The hardest part of this job was when a customer Complained.
Hostess (Former Employee) – Englewood, OH – April 18, 2016
it had horrible manager, very unorganized. the manager was never there to help out when he was needed nor was the co workers. some of the co workers would not finish their job before they left for the night like washing dishes,help roll silverware for the next day.
volunteer work (Former Employee) – MT – October 5, 2015
I not only volunteered here but I was also apart of the Hope Link Program and without the staff who helped me, I wouldn't be the person I am today. So big thanks to them for putting our needs first and doing whatever they could to help us be stable in our lives.