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Flying Saucer Sugar Land, TX

The Flying Saucer Draught Emporium...( We are a tap house!!!) What a kick ass place to work! Where else can you be surrounded with over 200 draft and… Flying Saucer

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Shannon Wynne
2 Ratings

    Terrible. Just terrible.

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    Former Employee - Server in Austin, TX
    Former Employee - Server in Austin, TX

    I worked at The Flying Saucer full-time (less than an year)


    Extensive beer knowledge, which was a plus. But most people just wanted their three beers to add to their card.


    So many cons.

    I let the outfit slide. Then I started to question why I was wearing a short skirt with a t shirt. With how much beer knowledge I was given you thought it wouldn't matter what I wore.

    Management was terrible. Closing shift followed by an opening shift. Very greedy. More focused on their personal bonuses.

    The girls were a nightmare to work with. I've never worked in an environment where people thought their orders were more important than yours. I would be on aloha and a young girl would come over and exit me out in the middle of typing. They always had some sort of drama going on. Try ignoring it and they somehow drag you in.

    The kitchen closed whenever it felt like it and the customers complained about it constantly. Management didn't care. They also had a high turnover in management. Pretty pathetic. They also fired people whenever they felt like it.

    Clientele wasn't even that great. A lot of frat boys who tipped low. I was more than happy to leave that job.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop doing everything you're doing. Learn how to care about your employees.

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