The Cheesecake Factory Employee Reviews
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Customers can be very uneducated about how to tip the servers. Lot of parties and that can be stressful. But if you know what you doing shouldn’t be a problem.
More you work, more you make. Employee benefits.
Stressful, rude customer
Cheesecake Factory Rocks. I worked at 2 locations and the people were all very friendly. The food was a little pricey so you could get really good tips. I had a regular who came in with his family and tipped $100 EVERY TIME. If there were two servers working the table - then he'd give $200! Though it was a once a month thing buy you can get some very big tippers here. If you get the job you'll like it.
Free bread & soup + so much food during training
singing happy birthday and the normal pains of being a waiter
The GM at Bethesda, Maryland was a misguided, indecisive, and poorly executed manager that didn't know how to lead by example. She made fake promises to many of her staff including myself and never follow through with any of the past commitments she made to people. I love my co works but the management was the very reason why I left the company sooner than expected.
The Cheesecake Factory is a great place to work as a main source of income or supplementary. They allow you to complete your job with a great support system.The workplace culture at this specific location is really harmonious where everyone is helpful and friendly. The most difficult aspect of the job is excellent customer service when the section you're assigned is demanding. Given the day, you may get 3 tables at once or have a needy table while your other tables are ready to pay. It's a good company to work for overall.
The Cheesecake Factory is perfect for young adults with goals outside the restaurant industry as well as for people who seek to further their career inside the restaurant industry. Management at my location became overwhelmed with the position and sometimes acted unfairly as a result.
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i was 18, in highschool and they basically ran me into the ground. they did not care about me nor my problems only about my work. late hours, often working overtime.
Great pay. on house lunch
Terrible enviorment for younger adults with a social life.
If your working in front of the restaurant with customers you will love it. As for the back of the house. You have o be mentally strong. It is long hours and pore management.
Meeting great people and making friends
Work long hours with little pay
Guests may not notice, but The Cheesecake Factory is a sinking ship. You will be hard-pressed to find any long term employees that have not seen a drop in the quality of employee working for this company. You can make money if you know how to flip your tables, but they remember that you're replaceable.
Almost perfect place to work. Staff was very approachable and friendly, managers knew what they were doing and knowledgeable enough. Kitchen staff was slightly unreliable, still good nonetheless.
Free meals for doubles