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30+ days ago

Shift Supervisor

Denny's Winter Park, FL +5 locations

• Provide guidance and training to crew members during shift • Direct efficient and accurate preparation of products • Ensure customer… Snagajob


30+ days ago

Dishwasher

Denny's Gatlinburg, TN

We have an immediate opening for a Dishwasher. Must be able to work various shifts per week. • Must have a high school diploma or… Snagajob


30+ days ago

Host/Hostess

Denny's Syracuse, NY +20 locations

A Host/Hostess at Dennys plays a special role for our guests. You are often their first impression and last… Snagajob


30+ days ago

Dishwasher/Service Assistant

Denny's Belle Vernon, PA +12 locations

A Dennys restaurant a busy place and youre part of a team. People are our most important asset. We trust and support each other, working together for… Snagajob


30+ days ago

Server

Denny's Denton, TX +16 locations

A Dennys restaurant a busy place and youre part of a team. People are our most important asset. We trust and support each other, working together for… Snagajob


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    cheap labor of wait staff may be exploited

    Former Employee - Server
    Former Employee - Server

    I worked at Denny's part-time (less than a year)

    Pros

    I was hired with no previous experience in this industry. I got to follow around a server during my training. Co-workers were friendly to me.

    Cons

    I'm reluctant to say that my experience is typical as this was a number of years ago, and things may have changed since I was there. Maybe it varies from location to location, too. However, I was hired to wait tables and ended up spending a lot of time doing things like filling jugs of salad dressing and folding silverware into napkins, all while being paid the tipped minimum wage, which is less than minimum wage. As a server, I'd thought I would make tips to supplement this very low amount, but every hour spent not waiting tables meant that my average earnings were decreased. I ended up making half as much as I would have if I'd been waiting tables during my scheduled hours. My training hadn't informed me as to how much time would be taken up with these activities and it seems that they were exploiting the fact that servers are paid at less than minimum wage. Again, with no experience in the industry, I don't know if this type of scheduling is to be expected, but it really turned me off to this job.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    If you need someone to do general tasks for the restaurant as opposed to waiting tables, hire someone to do that and pay them at least the legal minimum wage. Apparently, according to the law, it's fine for employers to pay less than minimum wage as long as the wage plus tips add up to at least minimum wage, but intentionally scheduling such employees for long hours where they will not be making tips can destroy morale, and it was my primary reason for leaving the position.

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