I worked at Kabuki Japanese Restaurants part-time (Less than a year)Doesn't RecommendPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEODoesn't RecommendPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
They work with your schedule. Friendly coworkers. Free meal during your shift and discounts.
Fast paced, high stress environment. Hostess make very low tip. Servers tip out rate is high.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Kabuki Japanese Restaurants.
Applied online, got a call about ten days later for an interview. Went in and met the manager. She was VERY unprofessional. She sat me down at a booth in the actual restaurant literally next to a group of people eating. Then she flipped through a stack of 5 or more applications right in front of me while I was answered her questions. First she asked me, "Tell me about your experience." Then she asked immediately afterwards "Tell me about yourself" which is pretty much the same question since employers don't want you to actually talk about yourself, they want your job history/experience. As soon as I told her I wasn't available 2 days out the week, her face and friendly behavior dropped, which is frustrating to me since the online application didn't have an area where you could input your availability. She then asked me a couple of questions that I already answered in the application like if "I knew anyone who worked there." At the end of the interview, she kept on repeating "I don't know, I don't know" in front of me and sat there in silence for 5+ seconds while she considered hiring me or not. Then she told me come in for an interview the next day with a different manager. The next day, the other manager immediately offered me the job. A very uncomfortable and unprofessional interview experience.
- Tell me about your experience. Tell me about yourself. What are your goals? What job do you want in the future? What do you like to eat here? Have you eaten at other locations besides this one? Do you know anyone who works here? Answer Question
No negotiation phase. Wasn't told pay rate until I filled out paper work almost a week later.
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