Dishwasher/ Prep Cook (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – December 11, 2018
It was a relaxing environment. It was major gossip throughout the employees, but great place to work, meet like-minded people and be yourself. A person can truly grow mentally, but not necessary financially at the milwaukee location.
BUSINESS UNIT MANAGER (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ 85034 – December 14, 2018
All in all everyone that is a unit manager are great people. The problem lies with the ops team. There is little or no support for the managers. It was run like a dictatorship. If you disagree you won't last long.
Cook 1 (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – November 13, 2018
They just fired me so the wouldn't have to pay me back pay of $3300.They wrote me up for 2 things,so they wouldn't have to pay me, which i hadn't been written up for before.Neither of which were a immediate fire offences.One was leaving early which I was told i could do by manager.Training where i worked was extremely poor,hourly worker's usually know more than managers.I intend on getting that money as well.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Reno, NV – November 7, 2018
Make sure your cash drawer accurate make sure was stock make sure you greated guest with a smile on your face. Management was really immature they need actual adult managers than adult children managers.
Manager (Former Employee) – Raleigh-Durham, NC – October 22, 2018
I was great at what I did this company fired me after working years for this company it was like a slap in the face. I was always short of staff everyday but still manage to do my job regardless of that. They would put you in situations to make the job stressful everyday
former employee (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – September 22, 2018
General manager needs to learn on how to socialize with her own employees and know atleast how to smile and greet not when she feels like it. She have to fair with all the races. Other managers should do their job equally and not just sitting around and do whatever they want and ask employees to do their job or buy them food or whatsoever that is not part of the employees job description. Managers starts all talking about their employees to the other employees and act like they are innocent. It is more complaint than resolving the issues. They pick their favorites, they have to learn on how to be fair.
Co-workers are fun to work with.
Poor management and General Manager have a Race preferences.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – September 19, 2018
I worked as a cashier 10 or more hours a day with no breaks not even for the bathroom. If you were a cashier you could not go home until the person who is scheduled after you comes and takes your spot and sometimes they would not show up and I’d wait hours after not getting a break for someone to come. They were understaffed and at times I would have to cashier at multiple locations because people call out so much. Managers were no help at all the team would just have to fend for themselves. Managers had a lot of favoritism and would start drama and talk about other employees behind their backs. The only plus side of working here was the tips and the amazing people I worked with.