You do not get paid time off or 401 k
Benefits are okay as a general manager, but you make the real money and benefits as a partner in the business.
Something that I didn’t find to be that great was you had to maintain 40 hours a week to get full benefits
If you're there as a part-time server/waiter, then you will not be getting any of these packages, but that is expected.
I did not get benefits as a part-time employee.
The best thing is if something happens to an employee in the emergency category like house burns or sudden sevier illness the company will help you pay medical Bill's or help you get back on your feet. But you have to submit a lot of paperwork and it usually takes about a month. The top management at the company are wonderful. I have dealt with Gregg and John L and they are both great it's the in house management that needs replacing entirely.
Provided about what you would expect from a serving position.
0 benefits for those working under 35hours a week on average
They do not match while amount only a percent of contribution.
the food was all over 50% off no matter what, and you could easily get free food from the back. however, there are really no other notable perks, or any significant job training. so yeah not the best overall
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