146 employees reported this benefit
Great training, and very helpful. Just like family.
You spend a week working with modules and bookwork, they have taste testing of food and some alcohol in order for you to accurately serve guests. Followed by a menu knowledge test.
The best thing was for my team to understand I am new and learning so they weren’t to hard on me.
they do good training for the most part sometimes
Trained with a trainer, with specs for reference and posted recipes. Cross training was available when desired. .
you got free food and employee discount when you order a food from the restaurant
There was not sufficient training
It is pretty common sense.
The on-job training was decent. You're paid minimum wage and offered a meal every shift. However, if it's not busy, they will let you go early to reduce the amount of people they have to pay. If it is busy, they will basically expect you to do everything for $7.25
the hands on portion of the training will prepare you to do the job. However, there is also an extensive book work portion that is rushed through and is more of a time filler than anything.