FOOD RUNNER (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – December 14, 2017
Yard house was an excellent choice for a starting job. It was very strict with its policies and you had to make sure to follow them. You could not even be a minute late and you had to treat all guests with the utmost respect.
Lead Bartender (Current Employee) – Addison, TX – December 6, 2017
Great company to work for and is a good location. Turn over rate is high because of not caring about employees, I feel. In my opinion they were managing the wrong types of thing in order to build sales.
A typical day a The Yard House very fast pace. I learned about how to make a lot of different sauces from scratch. Management fair and understanding. Very diversity. The is no hard part about the job. I love to cook and learner different task about the job. And my co-workers are very friendly.
All employees eat free and management don't to much bother you as long as your doing your work.
There is know health benefits unless your working over 32 hours a week in which I don't.
BARTENDER (Current Employee) – Costa Mesa, CA – November 25, 2017
I was a trainer and I worked there about 6 days a week and trained 5 of those days so I would be introducing new people into the world of yard house. I have learned how to teach people about the world of yard house and made some new friends along the way.
Amazing people to work with, and half priced lunches
Hostess (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – November 24, 2017
Has great management, very busy place to work at you get to meet lots of different people,you have to be very energetic and friendly. You get to eat and enjoy all of their foods and drinks great discounts
I have a passion for cooking all types of food. I have been doing it for the past 30 years. I enjoy seeing the people that comes to the restaurant and gives me excellent feeds backs regarding to my cooking. I'm a hard working, loyal employee for the Yard House Restaurant. I also have experience in catering for private parties and events.
Runner/Trainer (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – November 7, 2017
Yardhouse is great place to work if one does not not mind late hours and long shifts. The restaurant is very large so it requires about 50-60 staff members on a weekend night to keep the places running. Overall great management and coworkers.
Free food for HOH and host, half price for tipped employees
Server (Former Employee) – Boca Raton, FL – November 2, 2017
The training was extremely extensive. roughly 2 to 3 weeks of training before you make any money. The uniform for women is a ho 3 quarter length sleeve shirt and long pants. very crazy about black socks only.
KITCHEN LEAD (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 2, 2017
Yardhouse was a great company. i believe there was alot of things they could have done far as management & employees> but overall if i could i would do it again because they put me in the direction i wanted to be in far as management. i just left because i felt as if they were taking there time in trying to advance me in my career.
short breaks and we closed so late at night but it was because we were so busy.
Manager (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 2, 2017
I miss it so much. Especially my Yard House Greenville Family. Nothing fun awesome times. It is truly a diversed bunch of family oriented people. I would love to move to Charlotte and work for them when it opens.
Hostess (Current Employee) – Lynnfield, MA – October 19, 2017
Management does not care about employees, they just want your work and do not care about your life outside the job. I have reported to them many time about my scheduling and they continue to ignore my requests. However, as a college student I need a job to be able to work with me not against me. Loved the job and the people I worked with would have stayed if it was not the constant scheduling problems.