Red Robin – Pittsburgh, PA
The GM is responsible for total operations of a single Red Robin restaurant including all aspects of profit and loss, hiring and training of both… Beyond.com
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I worked at Red Robin full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
I'm really thinking hard about this question but can't find anything that was positive about Red Robin.Cons
The entire company from the CEO to Human Resources department don't care about anyone but themselves. They are very deceptive. They lie and break labor laws like they are a joke. They have no concept of what a company policy means or how to enforce them. As long as the Board of Directors are getting there pockets lined with stacks of cash and stock options this company will operate as a fascist state.
If you work here, I warn you not to call the Red Robin Whistle Blower phone number. You will be investigated by the Nazi.HR Department and then they will discriminate and harass you until you quit or fire you for no reason.
Bottom line is they don't care. They tell you they do in orientation but it's a huge lie. They talk about core values and helping others through there bogus Caring Program in which you must donate from your weekly pay check. But it's a scam.Advice to ManagementAdvice
You will all have to account to God one day. I know where I'm heading, I think your all heading a little further south than me!Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO