Johnny Rockets

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John Fuller
15 Ratings

    Busy, on your feet, fast paced

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    Former Employee - Server in Orange, CA
    Former Employee - Server in Orange, CA

    I worked at Johnny Rockets


    Starting job. I made good tips for a sixteen year old. It was busy on the weekends. I didn't want to have to dance. You have to dance every now and then whenever a certain song comes on. They teach you the dance moves. Kinda silly. I would try to hide. Anyway, it was a fun but tiring job.


    Some coworkers attitudes really sucked.

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Johnny Rockets Interviews

Updated Oct 21, 2014
Updated Oct 21, 2014

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    I applied in-person. The process took 3 daysinterviewed at Johnny Rockets.

    Interview Details

    The whole process was easy. They ask you basic questions and it only took about 45 minutes. The manager called later that evening to inform me that I got the job. It was a pleasant experience.

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Headquarters Lake Forest, CA
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Restaurants, Bars & Food Services
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year

Hep cats still hang out at Johnny Rockets restaurants, where U-shaped counters, padded booths, table-top jukeboxes, and white uniforms salute the classic American diner. The Johnny Rockets Group operates and franchises about 250 restaurants in some 30 states and more than 15 other countries that specialize in such classic diner fare as hamburgers, malts, fries, and apple pie. About two-thirds of the locations are operated by franchisees. The chain was founded by Ronn Teitelbaum, who opened the first Johnny Rockets on Los Angeles' fashionable Melrose Avenue in 1986. The... More

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