Buffalo Wild Wings Job Training

274 employees reported this benefit
Updated Oct 8, 2018
3.3
68 Ratings

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Feb 16, 2020
Current Prep/Line Cook in Fort Wayne, Indiana

The training was easy and quick they showed me how to do the work and I caught on quick good management

Jan 7, 2020
Former Server in Oceanside, California

I opened this store, training was 2 week process. A lot of fun

Oct 29, 2019
Former Hostess/Line Cook in Las Vegas, Nevada

Paid training was offered and you were given a free meal every training day.

Oct 23, 2019
Former Shift Leader in Suffolk, Virginia

Associate training is pretty good, definitely could be better if your WCT's are up to par. The management training lacks as far as the "right" way to do things. I don't need to know how to be a standard manager, I need to learn the Buffalo Wild Wings way of management, and that is not what i received.

Jul 7, 2019
Current cashier.certified trainer in Chicago Ridge, Illinois

Often times trainees are not prepared properly after their orientation, and they get tossed around with different trainers, not all of whom are certified.

Jul 3, 2019
Former Manager in Portage, Indiana

Training is ok depends on the location.

Jun 3, 2019
Current Employee

I enjoyed not training at the store I would end up working in. Basic position training, no manager development.

May 9, 2019
Current Employee

In notes before manager training is done in substandard restaurants just because that is going to be the new managers home restaurant. Many learn the wrong way and this perpetuates the poor performance at that restaurant

Mar 9, 2019
Former Assistant Manager in Lubbock, Texas

The lack of benefits for management is a joke

Feb 28, 2019
Former Employee

The training was fairly easy and you got paid for the training time. They used different managers to train you each day so you could get different perspectives.

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