Server (Former Employee) – Ocean City, MD – July 19, 2018
I really did like working at Dennys when the previous managers worked there. When they left and sold the restaurant, they brought in new management, people started quitting because he was a very rude and disrespectful young man. He treated the people who had worked there for years with utter disrespect.
Server/Hostess (Former Employee) – Terrell, TX – July 19, 2018
Dennys was my first waitress job I love the atmosphere of Dennys, Denny’s is a great place to work at just not as busy as it use to be. Management is very good never had problems with the managers. And love the staff I worked with.
Server (Current Employee) – Fargo, ND – July 17, 2018
All my managers are nice and care about my feelings. It's like a family when you work there. If something ever came up and I needed a day off they would do whatever they could to help me. You never get neglected with tables and everyone helps everyone. I love my job and would always recommend to anyone looking to start serving
HOSTESS (Current Employee) – San Dimas, CA 91773 – July 16, 2018
Denny's has taught me more customer service skills and how to serve. The employees are very friendly. The hostess job is easy to learn. Management is a bit unorganized with the hours but will work with you on your schedule
Food Server/Cashier (Former Employee) – South Lake Tahoe, CA – July 16, 2018
If I had the opportunity to be a food server again I woul do it because I made a career out of it for years and I'm good at it😀you are either the type of person who is cut out to be a food server or you are not and I m one of those people that are.
Service Assistant/ Host/ Cook (Former Employee) – Moreno Valley, CA – July 14, 2018
I did almost everything except serve and manage. I would avoid working graveyard unless you have too. If you work hard try to get a morning shift. Service assistants do a lot but there was no tipping policy when I was one. It was up to the servers but not mandatory for them. Cooks make good money, but the better you are the more likely you’d be working by yourself on the line, which is fine when it’s slow but if it’s busier than usual it can get stressful and better hope the manager on duty had good cook training.
Hostess/Server (Former Employee) – Carbondale, IL – July 13, 2018
I worked as a late night server in a college town, and you would think it would have been easy money. It was anything but!!! We were often understaffed and management was a revolving door. One minute we had a set of rules, the next it was different. I left and am glad I did!!