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Hours weren't bad and you were able to give your availability ahead of time so they could work with your schedule. Closing shifts make you leave an hour or two later than the time they close and opening shifts are extremely slow with no tips
Lots of employees in school, with other jobs etc. Usually willing to work around other schedules.
They are flexible if you ask I guess. But she was low on host and tried to work me like a mule.
I mean depending on your status, they are able to tweak your schedule if you ask. But since they were lacking Hostess which there was only 4 of us and one was on maternity leave, the other one stop getting hours because she was being promoted to a Hooters Girl which I don't know why if management knew we were low on hostess and needed another one before she was to get promoted, and one only worked on the weekends and never did his job when he was there, so she was trying to work me like a mule.
Best thing about having so many girls employed, is always having the ability to pickup or drop shifts.
If you need a day off or two, just let them know a week before and if you need certain shifts just ket them know really.
you only have to tell them early on
Pretty much make your own hours for the most part
Hooter's has probably the most flexible scheduling of any restaurant job. You submit your schedule every week on HootStaff and can have time off according to what you submit.
Super flexible, if you want to work more, sell more