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What is the most stressful part about working at Levy Restaurants?

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Working with coworkers who think their position,makes them feel privileged ,and are very demanding in how they communicate with others. Even though management is aware of problem, nothing is being done to check the behavior..Employees suffer in silence about demands, continue to follow instructions of management when dealing with this issue. "Turning on a hot plate burner is too much for these employees to do", like it's going to hurt them to lift a finger to help themselves. Prima Donna's

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When you have a new chef come in and not fair with his staff. The chef is a very unfair man. Since he has been here at the forum a place that we call home has turned out to be stressful place to work

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This depends on the location, but some instances it can be stressful due to large crowds and a busy atmosphere. At the same time, this is a great and exciting thing to be involved in.
Work responsibility can also be stressful at times, but if you feel this way, be sure to talk to your manager about it and try to find a good balance.

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It is on you, no back up.

Answered - Stand/Zone Lead (Former Employee) - Ames, IA

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Leaving the Arena after a Game

Answered - Cashier / Stand Worker (Current Employee) - Oakland, CA

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Not Making More Money

Answered - Lead Steward (Current Employee) - Cleveland, OH

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The most stressful part about working at levy was when co workers did not shoe up for shifts

Answered - Cashier/Server (Former Employee) - Denver, CO

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The disorganization of things

Answered - Bartender (Current Employee) - Norman, OK

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Forced overtime

Answered - Public Safety Officer (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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Doing to job of 3 people

Answered - Lead Operator (Current Employee) - Columbia City, IN

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