They offer stuff like 401k, healthcare, and dental only if you average 30 or 35 hours per week( I forgot which one it was). And you get 50% off food every shift so you'll need that healthcare with how much sodium is in each dish haha.
There wasn't really a 'push' for the employees to do better. It's alright because it was flexible schedule for me as a student. Being high school, it payed good amount of money then.
The employee meal has a $4.00 for FOH and $0.50 for BOH. Is the most palpable benefit besides the Christmas bonus.
You get one week of vacation every year but it doesn't rollover. The health and dental benefits are really good.
The great thing about working there is the co workers because they make the work place fun and easier to deal with when it gets busy
401k match is 25% up to 3%. Could be a bit better but it's better than nothing. Aetna insurance is adequate but not great.
No one to explain benefits to you.
Can only get benefits if full time, which is up to 30 hours a week or more. Otherwise they offer a health care plan.
The benefits offered are great. From the full suite of health care options, the 25% matching of your 401(k) (maxing out at 6% contribution of your total annual income), !8 days of RnR (PTO and Sick Combined), 12 paid company holidays, to the awesome Lucky Cat Diners Club Card. It's a breath of fresh air knowing ive got top tier coverages at a fraction of the premiums ive experienced at other companies.
Will not let your work more than part-time hours. No one in front of the house beside the managers are able to get health care through the company. No health care package for part time employees.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.