Great GM, terrible cooperate, terrible clientele, terrible everything
Server (Former Employee) – Warrensburg, Missouri – February 5, 2019
The culture was horrible. The only reason I stayed so long was for the GM at the time. They had obviously been in the restaurant industry for a long time. They got it. They were swift and smart. The clientele was not great. You got a lot of bad tips. Or no tips. You barely made any money ever. If you are living off of this job alone or plan to, don't. There is no way you can live off of what you make at this restaurant. I did not learn anything from working here. I learned where not to work while attending college. The entire staff was catty and inexperienced. DO NOT WORK HERE
rude coworkers, little money to be made, inexperienced management
Waitress (Former Employee) – Wichita, KS – May 3, 2018
I enjoyed working for them. They are very nice people and very understanding with certain situations . The general manager was very sweet and she worked her butt off to help us get what we needed. She did t mind helping take good or helping if we got behind.
General Manager (Current Employee) – Benton, AR – December 8, 2017
The people that work here are nice. I love competitiveness and tried to promote a fun work experience that was challenging and rewarding. I was always going and never stopped. Always looking to see if the employees were doing their job, and trying to see a opportunity when I saw one
Waitress (Former Employee) – Searcy, AR – December 3, 2017
I honestly enjoyed my job at rib crib, everyone was wonderful to work with and we worked well together as a team. The management was very easy to work under and was very family oriented so it worked great for me being a single mom
Cook Supervisor (Former Employee) – Sapulpa, OK – November 20, 2017
A typical day at work consisted of working my hardest to prove I was worthy of a promotion. I loved working at rib crib it was my first job. The management was great I was really close with the GM at the time
Hostess (Former Employee) – Broken Arrow, OK – October 30, 2017
A typical day consists of me going in and greeting all my coworkers and manager. They always ask how I'm doing and how my day is going so far. The customers are great and some really care about the service you give them.
Fun place to work even for a gay vegetarian that doesn't like country music
Server/Host/Cashier (Former Employee) – Hutchinson, KS – April 15, 2017
Rib Crib was always a fun place to work. Management is a lot of fun and very supportive. I would have loved to work more hours, but there were far too many teeny boppers working for me to take their hours. Good experience overall, but upward movement seems limited.
Server (Former Employee) – Wichita, KS – March 15, 2017
Rib Crib is a new and upcoming restaurant in Wichita. It was a fun experience working there but it just didn't work out. Business started and was booming and everything was great. Then it went from $300 a week to $100.
Cook / Hourly Manager (Current Employee) – Muskogee, OK – January 11, 2017
This store was my beginning. The daily struggles are the same as most. I learned to help guide and push other employees positively. I also believe that the management used their employees unfairly. As far as the co-workers, I never had a complaint. The hardest part was working through, what I saw as, neglect. The enjoyment came from the challenge of becoming better.