Manager (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – May 17, 2017
Good place to work with good family atmosphere. Hours are good for the week, but are longer than some other places. I learned the basics of management and had some opportunities to advance my restaurant knowledge. Overall good place to work and would recommend to others seeking employment opportunities.
Waitress (Former Employee) – Wilson, NC – May 3, 2017
Western Sizzlin is a great place to work, I worked there for 3 years. I would recommend anyone starting out in life, trying to find a job, to look into working here. Management is good and you will learn a lot.
Waitress (Former Employee) – Van Buren, AR – May 3, 2017
Working here I met some very interesting people. I learned what really goes on in the kitchen of a restaurant. The management staff did not want to manage so anyone could do what they wanted with no consequences which was fun but but not efficient.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Enid, OK 73703 – April 2, 2017
Good environment, friendly management, great pay, and good hours. The company had regular customers and everyone was able to get acquainted with people and make friends and your job became a family place that you loved to go to every day.
Buffet Manager (Former Employee) – Monticello, AR – March 15, 2017
I really can't give Western Sizzlin a good review all because of one Manager. Owners are overall great people. they need to listen to employees a little and fire the manager who is a compulsive liar. He's mulitiative and makes so many employees uncomfortable .
Waitress (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, NC – December 27, 2016
Horrible place to work. They never had the organization to place there workers accordingly and there hours were all over the place. Very unorganized and communication wasn't there. They would have 4 to 5 managers a night and they would be placing people in random places cause they never had enough people or had to much.
very routine job where everyone smokes, morale was low.
Dishwasher/Baker (Former Employee) – Lavale, MD – December 8, 2016
On a typical day at work I would clock in and ether set up my section of the buffet or I would go talk to the person that's about to clock out that worked the position I was working that day. To know where were at on supplies/ what he she already has prepared.
I learned baking tricks for sweets and bread.
Management was lenient, as long as we got the job done and didn't disturb the costumers they didn't care.
Co-workers liked drama and 2/3s of them smoked. Some of them were funny though and all of the waitresses were nice.