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Piccadilly Restaurants
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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
  • Industry
    Hospitals & Health Clinics


Salary estimated from 252 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 320 reviews and is evolving.


Guest Attendant / Cashier in Baton Rouge, LA
on December 15, 2020
As with any job, your experience there highly relies on the type of people and workers your team members are, but more so it relies on the type of managers you have. And that, of course, differs everywhere.. but a few things I found in common with all the Piccadilly restuarants is that they do not care that you have a life outside of work. Unless, of course, you are a favorite. I had some amazing managers and some really bad ones. If you work at a training location and have a bad assistant manager, just wait them out. They come and go. If you work as a cashier, do not expect to move up or to any other position, because they can't replace you since it is so hard to find people who are reliable and can pass background checks. And keep in mind that cashiers have to also work on the serving line too. In fact, you might find yourself being requested to do more than what's in your job description.It's also hard to ever get a raise. They promise a raise every year after an evaluation if you pass, but managers never get around to it. And people who got raises right before covid lockdowns ended up getting their raises revoked because of cuts.Also, all this covid chaos is making the customers and work environment more hostile than usual, so people are quiting left and right. The customers who dine there are a different breed, I swear. And the fact they can watch your every move as you are tending to the line or serving their food is nerve rattling. And trust me, they watch (especially now during covid) and they are vocal about anything they don't like. The work itself is demanding as you are on your feet for 9+ hours a day in the heat and steam. And now with the masks, it feels like you cannot breathe. Do not expect to want to or even be able to do anything once you get home.You have to call for food to refill the line and carry these heavy hot pans of sometimes liquid around and place them into the slots over pits of scolding hot water. Pro tip: the steam will get your worse than the pans or food. And sometimes, when it gets really busy, you have to do this while also, at the same time, trying to tend to customers in the line. It gets really overwhelming sometimes, especially when people start asking how long something will be or order something that is already backordered so you have to make sure the cooks know to put down more. When it does get really busy, a manager is suppose to come help and call for food and refill the line so you can focus on customers. Oh and there are no Sundays off. Everyone has to work Sundays because of church crowds. And they are the worst crowd. You'd be amazed. Sundays are the like the final boss battles for new employees. Also, you are not allowed to take home food if you worked that day. Not even if you are leaving and taking your unfinished meal with from lunch. The rule is you will be automatically fired if you're caught. There are suppose to be 10 minute breaks that they apparently aren't obligated to give you but of course you obviously need. If it is too busy, you have to power through it and when it gets slow, you have to pray manager isn't too busy or lazy to cover you. And cashiers, good luck ever getting a 10 minute break.
Sever in Lafayette, LA
on May 30, 2021
The customers and most employees you can deal with but the managers need to go through some type of training course on how to speak to their employees
Line Worker in Stockbridge, GA
on April 3, 2021
Management will overwork you. They won’t give anything free unless they humiliate you. The management team will disrespect you in your face, and most times they’ll just sit on their butt when you need help the most.
Team Member in Cordova, TN
on February 24, 2021
From day one I was welcomed to the Piccadilly To Go Family where the customer comes first. The inclusion and diversity is very apparent and refreshing. The opportunity to grow and learn different roles at Piccadilly To Go is open to all that have good work ethics and function above and beyond in a team environment. Gratitude is expressed from management and leadership for a job well done. If you are passionate about food, people, teamwork, and a work family atmosphere where a positive attitude and exceptional work habits are recognized then Piccadilly To Go is the place for you!
Grill Cook/Prep Cook in Jacksonville, FL
on December 15, 2020
I really enjoyed working it have me some experience I felt that I was going to need in order to further my career as a Cook, I was able to learn at a steady pace an further. I loved it.

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