Service manager (Current Employee) – McLean, VA – August 2, 2018
Do you like to be the dishwasher, cook, and closing manager because no one likes to show up to their shifts for this low hourly wage job? Then join this company. Hassling about labor $$ and productivity always which in turn lead to angry customers.
Free meals as a manager
No break, schedule constantly changing, employee turnover rates high
Assistant General Manager (Current Employee) – New York, NY – August 22, 2019
Decent place to work for to get experience in corporate hospitality. Days as a manager are long. Work life balance is ok, after a few years of figuring or how to manage you're own schedule. Benefits are good. Must ask a lot of questions if you want to learn the financial end of the business. Some self learningiinvolvedinterrogations