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- Columbus, OH
- 201 to 500 Employees
- Company - Private
- Restaurants & Cafes
- $1 to $5 million (USD)
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Columbus Food League Reviews
ProsFor a restaurant job, it's a great place to work. Lax environment, no uniforms, free meals, creativity to do your own thing with food specials, no micromanagement, above average pay, cool bosses,
ConsNot tons of room for advancement but par for the course in restaurants this size. Some of their locations are open until 2:30am so it's late hours. They're open 7 days a week.
Advice to ManagementFire people that are dead weights more quickly. Some folks in the kitchen should have been fired ages ago.
Columbus Food League Interviews
Bartender InterviewAnonymous Employee in United StatesAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy InterviewApplication
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Columbus Food League (United States) in Aug 2011
InterviewIt was a three interview process and it was fairly straightforward. I believe the first was a phone interview then two follow up in person interviews with various managers. They asked some basic questions about how to treat customers and cash handling.Interview
I don't recall anything out of the ordinary. I think they were interested in knowing how I got along with others and whether I had the personality/temperament for the job.Answer Question
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