Group Leader/Supervisor (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – December 20, 2017
Remington is the most poorly ran place of work I have ever even heard of. Nobody there has a clue about what they are doing. I have been cussed out by management on more than one occasion. Your job is always on the line and management is always looking for a reason to fire an hourly employee, I would know because I was a supervisor there for 2 years. DO NOT GO TO WORK FOR REMINGTON!!! I wouldn't suggest my worst enemy to work there.
Assembly Operator (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – September 19, 2017
I wouldn't recommend this job to anyone if you have a family and children you need security of knowing the next dsy you will have a job these people are laying off and firing multiple people "because the business isn't doing good" finding something more secure and thriving would be your best bet do your research
Management pay scale buddy system rules broken for others
Team Member (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – January 11, 2017
Remington arms outdoor company is a great company for guns. However the work place is way different. i would not recommend anyone to apply. The turn over rate is extremely high and willing to fire any one they can.
Sales Clerk (Former Employee) – Long Beach, CA – November 21, 2016
On typical day was come to work knowing what to do management was well prepare and learn all kind Remington equipment I really love working for them was great hours were flexable to my needed and help me to still stay school.
PBX Switchboard Operator (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 25, 2016
This company does not provide the tools for their hotels to be successful. They think that what works for one hotel would work for all of their hotels. They're completely out of touch with how to run hotels. This company has a lot of turn over due to lack of support for their properties along with not providing competitive pay. For managers, there is no work life balance as it is their expectation for managers to work 6 days. This is the worse management company out there, log on to their direct site to see how many open managerial spots there are, it speaks volumes.
Hostess (Former Employee) – Montrose, CO – September 6, 2016
usually a slow day unless any member books the whole restaurant out, but other than that usually busy with walk ins or people scheduling for seating. Management was not bad depending on who manages. coworkers were really helpful no matter how busy or slow and we always got along. But the hardest part of the job was whenever they got a rush it would get really hard to set people at tables and tell the waitresses what tables they have.
free soda, discount on food when working and not working, team work
when members walked in they were always treated higher than other people that are just visiting, not a lot of advertisements to let people know there is a restaurant and not just a golf course.