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They train you on how to make all of the different burgers.
Im sure it is very good and improves over.
Minimal - you shouldn't serve here if you haven't work in a very fast paced restaurant before
For serving you will have good training very friendly servers and they work hard but the host are normally immature high schoolers so not much drive for the job
Training is usually limited to only a day or two which is barely enough time to get a grasp on the basics.
Typical one week restaurant training
Red Robin does a great job at training, there are many systems in place to help you gain the knowledge that you need to be able to do your job.
I did alot of on my own training. The trianing program at the time was awful. towards the end of my time there it was getting better.
Developing their team was not the best in the world. Developing managers was extremely lacking, as your ROD barely helped develop, and god forbid your GM actually does their job.
They have a very detailed, paid training program that gets you ready for any situation and you will fully know ingredients.