Friendly's Ice Cream Jobs in Rutland, VT

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30+ days ago

Welcomer - Greeter

Friendly's Ice Cream Rutland, VT

• Constantly inspect the dining room to insure tables to be seated are perfectly reset. • Have impeccably neat uniforms, tables and welcome areas… Friendly's Ice Cream


24 days ago

Assistant Manager

Friendly's Rutland, VT

• Ensuring proper execution of all Friendly’s food handling procedures and recipes. • Operating responsibly and efficiently and within the… Friendly's


30+ days ago

Cook

Friendly's Ice Cream Rutland, VT

• Expedite orders from the window to the dining room. Find runners or run yourself! • Inform management of… Friendly's Ice Cream


30+ days ago

Server - Ice Cream Scooper

Friendly's Ice Cream Rutland, VT

• Look for ways to go above and beyond for your guests and coworkers. • Be the final quality control checkpoint- be… Friendly's Ice Cream


30+ days ago

Server

Friendly's Ice Cream Rutland, VT

• Always recommend dessert by pointing out specific products, use the menu as a visual aid. • Make each guest feel important and… Friendly's Ice Cream


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Friendly's Ice Cream CEO John M. Maguire
John M. Maguire
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    Pros

    Straightforward, and a great job for someone in high school/college who can handle high stress. Outside of that, it really just that--a job that can (barely) get you through college, and with that some good serving experience.

    Cons

    Lack of organization, chaotic, little money and high turnover rate. You're judged almost exclusively based on your table turn-time (how quickly you can turn over a table) and your guest check average. The trouble with that, obviously, is that if you're new and get stuck with all the people who come in knowing they want to keep their bill down, your guest check average will reflect that. Also, work-life balance is terrible.

    Advice to Management

    Emphasize good customer service over often inaccurate metrics. Stop judging servers exclusively by table times and guest check averages. Stress server-customer relationship building.

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