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If you are a favorite you can do whatever you want. However daren policy is no smoking what so ever.

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New store opening when my at the time current restaurant had just shut its doors. Filled out app online and had three interviews then started the almost two week new store opening training.

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Keep them only split if you share tables or parties

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I am an SA currently. I make 10/hr +5 percent of food sales. Then we divide the 5 percent, by however many SA’s there are. I usually make between 30 and 40 in tip out.

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If you are a part time worker just vacation and free lunch

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Longhorn was my second, part-time job. I was burned out due to working Longhorn every weekend and then going to my full-time job M-F, 8 hours a day. I really enjoyed Longhorn and saw it as a way to let my hair down after the stress of my full-time job.

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Highly recommend some form of undercover boss to go to the locations with the employee complaints and don't be afraid to fire a manager or MP.

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We worked hard and played hard. Lots of laughs and cutting up in the back of the house, but we were professional but fun to the guests. Weeknights weren't bad, but weekends (Friday nights, all day Saturday, and a good chunk of Sunday) were very fast-paced.

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Yes. They drug test you before they make an offer to you

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Yes, there is currently a manager that works at longhorn with dreads.

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