Employees would get a discount for one item on the menu per day working, which was great! The hours were somewhat flexible, and the training was wonderful.
Paid vacation is offered after one year
Since it was only part-time work, there weren't any great benefits.
There is no benefits package.
Could take unpaid time off and that was about the only benefit for a part time employee
They didn't offer any benefits or retirement packages.
I do not qualify for the medical/401K etc. benefits package since I don't work 30 hours per week, so I'm not able to rate this. I do, however, get 50% off the food while working and 25% while not working or for family or friends.
they offered 401k and health benefits but they were very poor and the insurance was expensive. bonuses were based on performance numbers which were out of your control most of the time.
I am not sure of the benefits offered.
They will work with your schedule, employee discounts on meals, 401K if you qualify, and decent insurance if you qualify.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.