Hooters Girl (Current Employee) – Chantilly, VA – January 10, 2018
Week days are kinda slow depending on the season! Weekends are busy when there are events at the Expo Center (Gun show). Management it self when its busy does get kinda overwhelmed and stressful. Most of the girls that do work there help each other out by running their food, drink, and helping set up the restaurant in the mornings. But watch your back for the girls that don't. Hardest part is keeping busy when there are no customers. You'll make girl friends with some of girls there if you really want to, they are mostly all very sweet. Overall, i enjoyed making girl friends there whom i can now call some close friends.
friends regular customers
you will meet rude customers, but its ok, just kill them with kindness
Back of House Team Member (Former Employee) – Murfreesboro, TN – May 25, 2018
The younger general managers or assistant managers help you along the way , the older ones are not worth anything and generally , honestly , are racist. So are the people working in Georgia at Human Resources. Other than that the crews are always the best people and the girls for the most part are not the snotty chicks people assume they are. They’re smiling beautiful bubbly smoking hot bunnies.
Grill Cook (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – May 24, 2018
The management was rude and unorganized. Very unorganized and uninformed managers. I found myself teaching the manager how to clean a grill. Bad job. You would think being surrounded by hot girls all day is awesome but the novelty of Hooters girls wears off in about 6 hours into your first shift. Not worth it at all.
Free food if a decent manager is on line
Bad pay. Bad hours. Bad environment. Bad managers. Dirty
I’ve transferred to three different stores. Two stores promised promotions but were never received. I actually got a pay reduction moving to another location. The management staff has always been well rounded but I mean come on it’s hooters. It’s not a high end restaurant so there isn’t much to expect. Downfall is when you request more hours while some stores are hiring more cooks due to them being understaffed they don’t give it to the hard workers, they give them to who they get along with better. I won’t be leaving the establishment but will be lowering the availability as the company can’t comply with the needs of some workers including myself. I’d say the only pro to this is you get to eat while on the clock for a discounted price. And decent managers.
Never get any benefits because they’ll never give you the 40hrs a week
Server (Former Employee) – Greenville, SC – May 17, 2018
Hooter was a excellent source of excitement at the workplace never a dull moment ,the crowds, music ,laughter working there is like hanging out and making money all in one ....I would recommend to any young female great money, food and fun
This was about guests and Hooters girls that represented the brand.
Manager (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – May 16, 2018
Working for Hooters was a great experience, good company to fork for. This job was fun, good product and variety on job assignments for management. Learning about the company was always our priority that was transferred to the employees for better performance.
Hooters provided me with all of the tools needed to excel as a Hooters Girl and grow in the company. I was able to attended corporate training sessions and I enjoyed being a role model for all new employees.
Server (Current Employee) – Princeton, NJ – May 10, 2018
working on the weekends is the main money maker. Weekdays are slow which can be a problem when youre making less than minimum wage. great place to come and watch all the games and enjoy the food. hooters teaches you the basics of serving