Employee discounts available, good experience overall
Doing the bare minimum while expecting employees to exceed expectations is not ok.
There is none for part time employees
The health benefits for a single person are "ok" (that is if you don't mind sub-par services) but don't bother if you have a family... very expensive, not competitive and minimal.
The best thing about the benefits package is that they will cover all basic needs!
Overtime pay , 401k
You can accrue up to 3 weeks as a restaurant manager. 401k has a company match and you get a week after working 1 year.
On job training is provided and military leave is acceptable. You can return to work after deployment.
There is no insurance for working here! They always say don't get hurt, we don't want to deal with the paperwork.
You only get benefits if you work full time, and there is no free food, all extra food is thrown away at the end of the night.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.