Dishwasher and Busser (Former Employee) – Orem, UT – April 11, 2019
well the days where at times rought. I learned a lot honesty the most of it I did learn on my owe. I spray off dishes ran throw a washer. I had to change the washer about every 2 to 3 hours unless it got way busy.. bussing the table to me was a new thing but it wasn't to hard lots of lefting and whipping down table. At time it got pretty busy nun stop about every thing.
Cashier (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – January 21, 2019
A typical day of work was the general manager yelling at you if you were not fast enough. The kitchen employees who are older women also seemed to be everyone"s business. They would get angry if you made a mistake. If they did not like you they would lie on the survey to get you in trouble.
Server/Cashier (Former Employee) – Nampa, ID – March 18, 2018
The people there are awesome, it’s a very unpredictable place though, you never know if someone is actually going to show up for their shift. The managers are great but the staff is all young so they don’t really respect the managers. People don’t tip well either, so making 3.35 an hour plus tips is not the way to go with this business
TEAM MEMBER - WING STOP RESTAURANT (Former Employee) – Waldorf, MD – December 16, 2017
Only good for part-time job seekers. Full-time is absolutely not an option. They require you to act like your job is a 5 star restaurant when actually its a slow food serving place. People mostly complain about the wait on their food.
General Manager (GM) (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – June 26, 2017
Overall I enjoyed my time with Sizzling Platter. Once the company was purchased by a hedge fund things changed. Sizzling Platter operates many different restaurant concepts. They try to keep a good work life balance.
When it was privately owned the owners were awesome.
Human Resources Generalist (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – March 17, 2017
My favorite job to date. Would not have left if my husband had not been offered a job out of state. I enjoyed being able to have an outline of what was expected of me, but having the freedom & empowerment to create procedures and processes.
Sizzling Platter was a great company to work for with a great culture that helped to develop my passion for the industry.
General Manager (Former Employee) – Murray, UT – September 21, 2016
I enjoyed my 31 years with Sizzling Platter as it helped to develop my passion for the industry while allowing me to work with great leaders and mentors throughout my career. I learned about the importance of culture in the workplace and how to develop culture into a very positive attribute. I also learned great training skills and was able to use those in many roles.
Great training and culture.
Limited advancement opportunities for my location at the time.