Kitchen Staff (Former Employee) – Bentonville, AR – July 2, 2018
Early arriving(9am) for preparing food open from 11am- 9pm first rush of the day is at opening (11am) then its mainly slow through out the day. At 4pm- 5:30pm the second hardest part/rush hits. Due to that, the manager usally jumps in. gets slow again until around 7pm, a little rush but not too major. after 8pm we start closing, mopping the kitchen; lobby; restrooms.taking out trash. Then we clock out.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Bentonville, AR 72712 – January 16, 2018
I was let go from another job unexpectedly, and I went into whole hog the same day; and I had a job. It's a great place to work if you're looking for part-time or temporary work. There's really only 4 positions available so there isn't much room for advancement. I worked here while I was in high school, and it was perfect for me. The people that work there care about one another, and I know I will always have a job if I need one.
Employee (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – June 30, 2017
the hardest part of the job was getting over the fact that the owners are racists. They use black people for work only and talk about them behind their backs and will promote the white employees first.
Awesome job with awesome people selling awesome food!
Lead Meat Preparation (Current Employee) – Springfield, MO – February 10, 2017
This job has been amazing. The schedules are very well balanced and so is the staff. The majority of the staff has been on for more than 2 years, which says a lot. Most of the staff is college age, so the shifts work very well with school and other events that you may need off for. The staff and management are all easy going with a lot of different personality types. Whole Hog really make you feel like family.
Fast paced enviroment that pushes you to work hard!
Cashier (Current Employee) – Bryant, AR – December 8, 2016
I always enjoy going into work at Whole Hog Café. My co workers are great people and everyone works equally as hard. I have learned that there is almost always more than one way to solve a problem you face and get the desired outcome, different doesn't mean wrong.
Line Cook (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – June 19, 2015
The team knows what they are doing and will help you learn everything you need to know. The hours are flexible with schoolwork so you can easily work while attending college. I learned the daily operations of a restaurant and how speed and efficiency mean everything.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – April 9, 2015
I enjoyed working here. Not super corporate, more of a relaxed feeling. You get to learn at your own pace. I worked as a cashier so to start the day you would make pans of beans and sauce cups. Then you would go on to counting your register and bagging early orders. The lunch was very busy with a line out of the door. You have to be fast paced and able to multitask. After each shift you stock up front and sweep. Night shift is usually slower unless there is a banquet or a big event in town. To close you will wrap the meat and put up all food, clean the floors and stock.