Salesperson (Former Employee) – Manchester, TN – February 20, 2018
Working at the location I was in, the managers were never available during schedule or staff conflicts, and the pay was very poor compared to the work that was expected of us and how we were called in on our days off almost every week.
Waitress/Cashier (Former Employee) – Villa Rica, GA – February 20, 2018
I loved working for this company when the original manager that hired me was still working there. As soon as she left, the new managers kept switching up and it just kept getting worse and worse. The final manager (who no longer works there) fired me because of personal issues outside of work. I had no issues with her, but she started dating my ex and I guess he no longer wanted to work with me so she fired me. Needless to say, neither of them work there any longer.
Not a place to work if you care about your health.
Grill Operator (Current Employee) – Dothan, AL – February 20, 2018
Working at Waffle House allowed me to realize a lot of people are not educated. It is exciting because of the fast paced environment though. Anyone can get get a job there. Being around the unhealthy foods is not fun though, especially when cooking it because I smell it and it makes me nauseous. I realized that it is not the best place to work since I care about my health. Not a good place to work for longterm, helpful for a temporary job till a better one is found. It can be annoying sometimes because some people will call out a lot and someone needs to cover their shift.
around food that kills people in the long run and causes disease in the short run.
Grill Operator (Former Employee) – Phenix City, AL – February 20, 2018
It was a nice job. Very fast paced. Your team will be very close together, so teamwork is a must. I learned how to mult-task very efficiently. My manager was young and humble, he was nice guy. Hardest part of the job was how often people called out, and management wanting others to fill in. The most enjoyable part was learning how to cook all that food.
Certain food was free, and 24/7 so you could work any hours
No breaks, only can rest when no customers. Not the best employees
Manager/Cook (Former Employee) – Houma, LA – February 20, 2018
I liked working as a line cook and to learn to become a manager. I believe that looking back I should not have taken the manager spot to quickly after become a relief manager. I had no experience being over a group of people. The management over me was hard to get along with. I was left to my self to find workers and if not I had to work. The reason for this is because I could only pay so much and other places where paying a starting hourly wage of $9 to $10 an hour. I have learned a lot over the experience.
Waiter (Former Employee) – Thomson, GA – February 19, 2018
Waffles house brought in some great money for me at the time I was working for them. Hardest part of this job was trying to stay woke on slow nights during the weekdays ( one or two customer in a 11-7 shift