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I loved working at Chili's
Bartender/Server (Former Employee) –  Apopka, FLJune 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.
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Cook (Current Employee) –  Culpeper, VAJuly 22, 2019
Good place to work. Flixable hours, long hours thou. Overall a nice place, can move up in the chain . overall good team work and skilled co-workers. Good people
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Difficult and stressful
Server (Former Employee) –  Bee Cave, TXJuly 22, 2019
Apart from dealing with managers who schedule based on an unfair performance rating, often times "guests" were impossible to please. A lot of time and effort is spent on trying to satisfy and save face on "guests" while the kitchen would constantly make food incorrectly. Often times it will be perceived as the servers fault for making food improperly. Very very frustrating environment, but the pay is received that same day and was often decent despite the troublesome tables
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