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Being a team player courteous respect to the customer to the best of your ability. Public relations is the key goal.

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I will speak on behalf of restaurant and establishment I was rated a for five star what great service great food great customer service.

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Pay raise should be on the individual itself with his performance and his/hers duties.but I do believe a raies should be given within a period of 3- to 6- months.

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As far as I am aware they do not require a mandatory drug test at the time of hire, however reserve the right to administer a drug test to any employee at any time.

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Would be fantastic, minus the fact that you may as well be on call

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Smooth and under control.

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The henry weho @ foxrc . net

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Fine, be prepared to wait an hour for them to interview you when your interview was set for a specific time.( so they can eat or make a trip next door for lunch or visit with ex employees) then sit through an interview where they state multiple times about being on time and considerate of coworkers and management .

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Advance my knowledge

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If you're scraping the bottom of the barrel for a server job then you're fine. If you aim to balance your work life with your personal life, turn away. It's truly a question of how much sleep can you lose over an okay job that demands everything you stand for to line up beside it. Its culture will appear more and more rotten and you will feel more and more robotic and under appreciated within a short period of time. Money is money, but if you enjoy a target on your back whilst forcefully holding up a smile then this is your spot. I'd look elsewhere at them moment; its no longer what it used to feel like (corporate culture wise across all restaurants)

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