Efficient workplace environment based on teamwork and speed of service
Server (Current Employee) – Sterling, VA – October 13, 2016
A typical day serving at Chili's requires you to constantly be alert for anything the customer needs. You will work with team members on ensuring a positive experience for the guest. The hardest part about the job is dealing with our kitchen, sometimes they are slow so that affects my tip rate.
Waitress (Former Employee) – Bixby, OK – June 16, 2019
All in all this place was pretty fun to work at. Food was good, co workers got along for the most part and managers were understanding. I don’t have any complaints about this company and would return to work here again.
Bartender/Server (Former Employee) – Apopka, FL – June 15, 2019
This was my first restaurant job. It came natural for me. I instantly feel in love with the job and the Brinker brand. They treat their employees great. They have outings and contest. Just a wonderful place to work.
Lead Bartender/Regional Training Coordinator (Former Employee) – Coeur d'Alene, ID – June 14, 2019
When I was there, your co-workers became like your family, as well as the customers. Had I not had to relocate I would still be there today. Management is more than understandable at any situation an individual may encounter. Proud to be a Chilihead.
Restaurant Manager (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – June 12, 2019
Love my job there really dont have any negatives its a long day but you get to meet lots of people and just learn to run a good shift making sure you are managing labor while handling guests complaints as well as making your team members or employees feel special
Head Prep-Cook (Current Employee) – Stillwater, OK – June 12, 2019
Terrible place to work cause it isnt able to flow as a business or a backbone. its as if all the bones were shattered and are still missing so they dont know how to collaborate as a whole. I am a head prep cook yet part time as an individual yet they gave me full time hrs with overtime and out of no where after months of assimilation to the pay cut me to less than 15 hrs a week. I am currently seeking employment elsewhere cause of this.
Host (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – June 12, 2019
A day here is very quick paced and you're definitely on your feet a lot. I've learned that things can only go as far as you let them. Management could be better. The hardest part is that there isn't that many hosts, so basically, you'd be on your own. The enjoyable part would be the food.
Easy and simple job where you can engage with costumers.
Host (Current Employee) – West Valley City, UT – June 11, 2019
Hosting at Chili's is a very simple jobs, you only need to learn about very basic terms such as rotation, open menus and know how to manage well how you seat costumers. It's fun to engage with costumers that are willing to do so but you might encounter one or other costumer that are less polite.