The best is the employee discount,401 K,Health benefits and maternity leave are available. The worst is you don`t get paid sick days.
Hardly any perks at all. Lots of promises were made to give me 30 hours per week working as a line cook, but repeatedly and with no notice to speak of, hours are taken away.
Offer pay insurance and paid vacations, food and other benefits included, also the management is very open mind and there are a lot of opportunities to move up
Best benefit is the food.
I did not receive any benefits, and I am not sure if they offer benefits after a year of working there.
Tuition Reimbursement was absolutely amazing. I didn't realize just how much they catered to college students looking to advance themselves into a management position
Benefits have changed over the past couple years and not gotten any cheaper. But overall they aren't to bad for what you get.
You have to work an average of 35 hours per weeek annually in order to qualify for medical insurance and vacation pay.
After a year of employment anyone can earn paid time off, it is an average of your first years hours. Full time employees are eligible for insurance.
Not really much to work with.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.