It really depends on who your district manager is. When I started, my district was great and very helpful. About a year and a half in, they brought in a new guy, and he was terrible to work for, favored employees from his old job with another company, and essentially drove me out. Also stinks that managers are salaried, because if you get stuck working an open-to-close, you get paid the same than just a regular day. Seems like they've gotten away from what made them work well, and now are playing catch-up with a lot of the major players in the restaurant business.
Managers eat free, benefits package is pretty good
Low pay for the work, high turnover, Middle Management