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Regular training just like any other waitressing job where you shadow another waitress and then you work on your own and you're allowed to ask as many questions as you'd like
They show you what to do at one station and have you working other stations
Job training is very structured
Reall great training for Hooters.
I mean to be honest, if you can't get how to be a hostess at Hooters, you may have ADHD. Not trying to be funny but it's true. Being a hostess should require little to no training just because it is so simple. I literally learned the whole job in one day and didn't need any further assistance.
The company designed and embraced an area coach approach to training - select hourly employees acting as the regional training team and holding management accountable for its standards. It is great in theory, yet leaves too much room for cliques and abuse of power of sorts. It is not delivering the best training, rather missing the mark completely.
It all depends on the trainer. Some trainers care a lot about their position and teach you everything you need to know, plus helpful tips. Some trainers make you do paperwork & watch them. Not good training in my opinion.
Training last 3 to 5 days, requires you to take various multiple choice test on food and bar menu
It really depends on the workers there already and how they decide how to teach you the basics.
I was very fortunate to receive Miss Alabama as my trainer, she was amazing. She never made feel uncomfortable and showed me the ropes. I enjoyed my time spent with her.