Cook Prep / Dishwasher (Former Employee) – Hillsdale, CA – February 20, 2019
This place is a good work environment good people good managers and the work schedule is flexible overtime hours is always available. staff is very helpful understanding. the linecooks are nice and will to prepared your lunch order
Dishwasher (Former Employee) – Thousand Oaks, CA – February 19, 2019
I was initially hired as a dishwasher and told I would be moved up to a busser when a spot became available. After over a year of doing dishes I was still not moved up. I left the company to go away to school.
Line Cook (Former Employee) – Wauwatosa, WI 53226 – February 18, 2019
Working as a line cook it was a great experience for myself because I learn so many types of food and the diversity in the restaurant. The management its alright because they always check if we are doing our job correctly.
Cashier/Baker (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – February 18, 2019
I loved working here, The staff was amazing my baking crew was amazing, The only complaint is the Management. The never had your back and even if the customer was wrong they still took their side and covered their butts.
Staff is amazing ; 50% to 25% off food sometimes free
Server (Current Employee) – Natick, MA – February 18, 2019
The workplace culture at The Cheesecake Factory is inviting. As a company they enjoy celebrations. For each employees birthday or anniversary with the company they receive a dessert with an exciting message written on the plate. It might seem like a small gesture but it is one you don't see done in other work environments.
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.
Dishwasher, Prep cook (oven) (Former Employee) – Lynnwood, WA – February 14, 2019
They expect you to literally die for the company, your kids and life don't matter, there's only cheesecake. I was told that there is no team work there and it's everyone for themselves. They don't care about quality or customers, it's all about numbers.
The entire work shift is complete unnecessary stress
Server (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – February 14, 2019
The company is good and they're doing it for so long. And they're still have a lot of things to improve. They make the guests as the top priority and also the foods that they serve. Thanks so much for being part of this wonderful company.
Baker/Cashier (Former Employee) – Henderson, NV – February 13, 2019
Typical day would be opening and preparing all necessary equipment for the day. Sundays were busiest in the morning. Fridays and Saturdays were busier at night. Learned a lot about time management and team work. Workplace is very fun and sometimes relaxed. Can get very busy at times. Hardest part was opening the bakery alone or closing alone. Most enjoyable part are meeting coworkers, and taste testing new cheesecakes. I did start learning to Cashier toward the end of my time there- that was so so hard too but very good skill to learn as it is very hard.