Brio Bravo Restaurant Group

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Bravo was once a very good place to work.

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Current Employee - Restaurant Manager  in  Indianapolis, IN
Current Employee - Restaurant Manager in Indianapolis, IN

Pros

Growing company.
Locations in most major cities.

Cons

Talk culture however, since going public they have changed their approach as to how they treat their hourly employees as well as what is important.

Doesn't Recommend

Other reviews for Brio Bravo Restaurant Group

  1.  

    Good restaurant job

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    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Server  in  Kalamazoo, MI
    Current Employee - Server in Kalamazoo, MI

    Pros

    Always busy, good tips, awesome co-workers

    Cons

    Usual problems... little opportunity to progress

    No opinion of CEO
  2.  

    Given the industry this can be a very lucrative position for a student, mother, or anyone else needing flexibility & $.

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    Former Employee - Service Team  in  Macomb, MI
    Former Employee - Service Team in Macomb, MI

    Pros

    Schedule Flexibility, high end food and drinks which are more expensive and equate to a higher bill and higher gratuity.

    Cons

    favoritism is clearly apparent between management and certain employees. in order to get the schedule flexibility you have to play the shift exchange game. prefer to be understaffed and work their employees 6-7 days a week. There is also a mandatory 2 on-call shifts per week. No chance for advancement but that is mostly the industry. business is hit or miss with no way of knowing whether you are going to make money that week. Restaurant has a tendency to clean house every fall and bring in new hires.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    praise and congratulate your employees for their hard work, not reminding them that they are easily replaced. establish a set but rotating schedule that alternates weekly to allow for employees to have a personal life. happier employees = less stressed management = happier employees = happier guests = more repeat business = more revenue.

    Doesn't Recommend
    No opinion of CEO
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