I worked at Austin GrillPros
Discount on meals
Some customers were nice
It's a good first job for high school students so long as they stay focused on workCons
The management changed every month.
The managers didn't appear prepared for their duties.
Many of the older employees are questionable in their interaction with younger, under aged staff.
They allowed hazing.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Pay more attention to the behavior of your employees.
Hire experienced PROFESSIONALS
Stop changing location managers so often
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Transplanted Texans living near the nation's capital can get a taste of home visiting Austin Grill. The company operates about 10 restaurants in and around Baltimore and Washington, DC, that offer such traditional Tex-Mex fare as burritos, enchiladas, and fajitas, as well as appetizers, sandwiches, and a weekend brunch menu. Some Austin Grill locations also feature weekly live music entertainment. Rob Wilder opened the first Austin Grill in 1988. The company was acquired by foodservice operator Thompson Hospitality in 2006.