Server/Waiter (Former Employee) – Milledgeville, GA – August 20, 2018
the huddle house is privately owned and the owner did not like people to well. she is very hard to get along with. she and i did not get long to well. a lot of servers would walk out even with customers sitting at tables
Cook (Former Employee) – Wetumpka, AL – August 17, 2018
Huddle house pays less no matter how many hours you do and also no raises, I was there five years and only made eight dollars an hour. I was the head cook and through the week I cooked by myself with no help.
Server/Waiter (Former Employee) – Sparta, TN – August 13, 2018
I love waitressing so I really loved it at first and got to know all the customers so that always made it fun and made descent money always. Manager was the best one I have ever had but the owners were not.
Head Line Cook (Former Employee) – Moreland, GA – August 12, 2018
He ran a very tight ship. Unfortunately I was working with priates. If I was working with a higher caliber employees it would have been a lot lot better.
I'm of the opinion coming from culinary school that you take your job in the food industry extremely serious because you can make the public sick if you don't and my management took it just as serious if not more. There were just some lackadaisical employees. I know that has changed now now thank goodness.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – De Soto, MO – August 6, 2018
This isn't really the best place to work at I mostly stayed there because it was convenient. They don't train very well. You get a col days then your just expected to know what to do. You rarely get raises. The rules are never followed and it's constant drama
Cook (Former Employee) – Newnan, GA – July 31, 2018
Huddle house employees like to call out, walk out, or just not show up very often. The turn around rate at huddle house is insane. In the past month we’ve had 7 employees gone. At one point I was one of the only 3 cooks on 2nd shift. I just need a place that recognizes my hard work and somewhere I can advance.
Poor place to work and manager has a bad attitude.
Server/Waiter (Former Employee) – Chatsworth, GA – July 31, 2018
Hard to keep staff and manager holds positions for jail birds and declines the workers that actually do their job and maintain a good record. Manager down grades and belittles previous employees and dangles job offers in their face only to turn them down and get butt hurt whenever they fire it back at her.
Cook/Cashier/Server (Former Employee) – Flatwoods, KY – July 30, 2018
It was a horrible place to work with bad atmosphere and poor customer service. The boss allowed her son who has a drug habit to be in charge of most of her employees. Conflicting views with him was a big reason for leaving.
Cook/Prep Cook/Server (Former Employee) – Blackshear, GA – July 25, 2018
This was an amazing job for me. It helped show me how to be a better person! Manigmant was off the chain! BEST MANIGERS EVER!! Everyone help one another!! Store stayed in great condition through all the cooking and serving! People love coming to eat at Huddle House and get their monies worth of the DELISIOUS food ect. There were people that would come in REGURALLY EVERY SINGLE DAY even Just to get a cup of coffee.
Server (Former Employee) – Sparta, TN – July 25, 2018
My Huddle House experience was one of the worst I ever had. I've worked in many food establishments in my life and have never had as bad of an experience as I did here. I would get stuck working past my scheduled time due to other employees not showing up with no repercussions for it. I had to work every holiday because I had no family in the area while other employees got every holiday off. I feel that the management played favorites. There were no penalties for bad work ethics for some people and others got fired for simple infractions.
Server/Waiter (Current Employee) – Lebanon, KY – July 24, 2018
It’s very stressful and intense for a work day, especially for my first job. I’ve learned it’s a fast paced job and you need to be fast. I love the manager but hate management. My hardest part is that I’m not fast enough and don’t get any breaks. Plus other coworkers do not off to help in any way. Most enjoyable would be the people I serve.
No breaks only smoke breaks, poor pay, poor quality