Time off is probably the worst part. Weekends off were pretty much not an option and to ask for time off was met with anger usually. I never requested time off due to this. All holidays were pretty much mandatory as well.
Working in hospitality benefits are very hard to come by. TGI Fridays is no different. Really unfortunate that they don't take care of their workers.
Best thing...you can purchase additional vacation time and have cost taken out by payroll deduction through the year. If you don't use the additional time, the money is refunded at end of the year! Generous vacation time, good medical and a partial match for 401(k) contributions.
“I never used the discount because when I wasn't at work I didn't want to be at work. The percentage off was fair enough though and allowing...”
“You earn more & more vacation with seniority. But as a manager, you're only allowed to take one week off at a time. So say goodbye to...”
“It was very rushed and largely computer work. The actual use of these skills was sink or swim. No one had time to do much in depth training so you...”
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.