We offer a competitive benefit package to provide our employees the coverage and resources they need to lead healthy lives today and plan for the future. Benefit eligibility varies based on the employee’s position and employment status.
Good benefits for salaried managers. Only complaint is process for LOA is not very clear and corporate benefits team is hard to contact
No 401k plan for any employees
No perks or benefits because it is hourly
You can always get a shift covered by a co-worker and the managers were really cool about taking time off if you request it in advance
No vacation pay and 401k takes years to get access to.
No benefits for part-time employees. Must work 30 hours every week for 52 weeks to gain benefits eligible status and must continue to work 30 hours every week to maintain benefits. Will revoke benefits if you do not meet hours.
They pretty much had no benefits but PTO. Health vision and dental were awful and paid mostly by employee
There is no benefit package that I have came across, but I have only worked here a few years. Not sure what they offer in the future or what management gets, curious though
There really wasn’t much of a benefits package. This was a ypical restaurant job. Not much time off and definitely not paid.
The benefits for servers and bartenders is practically impossible to attain. Requirements are 30 hours per week... sustained for 6 months. Anyone who has served knows that my hours is very hard to sustain without having a physical and/or emotional break down lol
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.