Hourly pay is low and tips are distributed very heavily in favor or front of the house. The people are nice and scheduling is flexible. Managers are will tell you what you want to hear but not always follow through with actions.
Working for the company provides discounts on a number of services including your cell phone service provider as well as the gym. You also can set up a 401K, enroll in insurance benefits.
There isn't one. You only get benefits if you are a manager or have been there for a long time. The only upside is that you can get a free meal on the days you work and even that isn't guaranteed. They will continously take the free meal away when they aren't feeling like making it or feel that they are mad at people and punish the group as a whole.
I really did not research the benefits enough but I was aware and recieved information on them. The benefits are fine and adequate.
Benefits aren’t that great the pay in is quite a bit and getting anyone from benefits to answer calls in a store level management time frame is impossible
The best thing is the low affordable health insurance plans and the 401K plan. The health plans offer fairly low deductibles compared to other establishments previously worked in.
Full medical dental and vision insurance available, plus matched 401k. Only two weeks vacation time and a more than $5,000 deductible on my insurance meant I never was financially comfortable to use my insurance. Total waste
You get tipped out 3.5% of total sales and you can generally request and receive days off whenever (excluding November-December which can be frustrating). Biggest downside is you pretty much have to work holidays regardless of your plans. There is a 50% off discount when you work that day, 25% when you don’t have a shift that day, and the managers will often buy you food if it is super busy or if you work a double.
Medical insurance available if work 40 hour weeks but in off season this is hard to sustain. Also offer 401k plans,
Good benefits compared to other restaurants
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