You are eligible for dental and medical after 6 months and have to maintain 30hrs a week to keep. The pricing and choices are very affordable and give you lots of options. You start recieving sick pay after 3 months and vacation after a year. The amount you receive goes up the longer you work there. They also give you the option of a 401k after a few years.
They offer health insurance to part time workers as long as they are over a certain amount of hours. Terrible plan though.
You get no vacation time if you are a server or bartender. If you do get it you have to work 40 hours a weekwhich they wont schedule you and it doesn't roll over. Mgmt will never let you actually use it.I worked there 7 years and never had a single day vacation and if you try to use a sick day they will fire you. You get no health insurance or anything.
No benefits but free food.
Require you to have full time hours but management will not provide those hours because there is no such thing as overtime let alone coming remotely to it. In consistent scheduling just screws everyone over. I know several employees kicked off the plan because they weren’t given the hours.
Awesome company who wants to see the Employees grow as much as they want to grow. Great benefit options.
Medical benefits. Continuing education
No benefit package was offered as the position was not full 40 hours, we we're not given the chance to get more than 40 hours
The best benefit for a host/hostess is that they receive one free meal every day that they work and receive 20 percent off of bill when they visit for a meal on a day they are not working.
50% discount off meals during shift, 35% off when you come in to eat with friends/family, up to 4 people. Not eligible for benefits, paid time off, vacation days or 401k benefits until after 1 year of employment, and even then you only get vacation days when you work "full time" weeks.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.