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13 days ago

Restaurant Kitchen Manager - New

Red Robin Sioux Falls, SD +3 locations

• Priority planning/weekly business cycle tasks. • Ordering/inventory/receiving. • Continuing training, manager meeting, one-to-one counseling… Red Robin


11 days ago

Restaurant Kitchen Manager

Red Robin Castle Rock, CO +3 locations

• Priority planning/weekly business cycle tasks. • Ordering/inventory/receiving. • Continuing training, manager meeting, one-to-one counseling… Red Robin


11 days ago

Restaurant Manager

Red Robin Deptford, NJ

• Priority planning/weekly business cycle tasks. • Ordering/inventory/receiving. • Continuing training, manager meeting, one-to-one counseling… Red Robin


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Red Robin CEO and Director Stephen E. (Steve) Carley
Stephen E. (Steve) Carley
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  • Good job, good environment, but little upwards mobility.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
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    I worked at Red Robin part-time

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    Pros

    The people you work with are usually young, extroverted, and the managers (kitchen, gen, etc.) are usually nice. While working there, I made plenty of friends, and more than anything, I made good money for the hours I was working (usually 20-25 a week and leaving with at least $400-500/week).

    Cons

    It took me 6 months to become a server, even though I was promised I would only be bussing for about 2 months at the most. Unless if you come in asking for a management position, you're unlikely to every become one, regardless of time spent there or capacity. Anywhere you're being a server there's always coworkers who freak out about not getting enough help or not getting enough of a tip, that sort of thing, but realistically, it's not that bad and if you can handle a bit of stress for a couple of hours, a couple times a week, you'll be fine.

    Advice to Management

    Create more incentives for people to work as a team, rather than have everybody looking out for themselves only. I would also say that there should be more clarity when hiring about the likeliness of becoming a server or bartender or whatever the case may be.


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