A Southern Season

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A Southern Season Reviews

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Clay Hamner
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    Good restaurant job during college

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    Former Employee - Captain in Chapel Hill, NC
    Former Employee - Captain in Chapel Hill, NC

    I worked at A Southern Season full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Like most service industry jobs, if you work hard, you'll make good money. As captain/lead server, there were many opportunities to work special events which meant a little more money.

    Cons

    Weathervane and Southern Season are in the process of expanding into new markets, so there was a lot of change and disorganization when I left. Restaurant management was always a little difficult, but easy to avoid if you are a reliable employee. Lots of senior customers who didn't always tip well.

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A Southern Season Interviews

Updated Jul 10, 2014
Updated Jul 10, 2014

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    I applied online. The process took 1+ weekinterviewed at A Southern Season.

    Interview Details

    I was ecstatic to receive a prompt and enthusiastic response after turning in my resume and cover letter for a position with Southern Season. The person who contacted me wanted to set up an interview right away and we planned a phone interview a few days out. On the day of the interview, I received no call. This has happened to me several times in my job hunting process, so I emailed the hiring manager to see if it simply slipped her mind and she would like to reschedule. No response. Four days later, I emailed her again. This time I got a response to the tone of "I'm really busy, but I guess I can make time for this." Against my better judgement I scheduled another interview, and once again, no phone call. After that, I just decided to move on and I never heard from her again. Southern Seasons seems like a really cool company with lots of room to grow, but unfortunately, I never got the chance to verify that.

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Website www.southernseason.com
Headquarters Chapel Hill, NC
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Retail
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
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