I worked at Fox & Hound Restaurant part-time
Hours are pretty flexible, I met some pretty awesome co-workers. my particular location was LGBTQ friendly which was a plus, Good if you need some quick cash on the side
upper management was never on the same page, they only care about sales and not about workers. If there was a promotion and no one wanted to pay the cover price hosts were blamed. Management pulled favors for friends which didn't help business.
Advice to Management
Listen to your workers they work one on one with the customers and could help out. Stop playing favorites with workers and customers
The initial step was a phone interview with the regional hiring manager. It was very upfront and honest about the position. She did discuss compensation at that point to make sure it worked with my needs. Some time had passed before I went on to my next interview (because I needed time to think it over). It was in person with the District Manager and the General Manager. At this point, they only asked me to "tell me about myself" and that was it. I ended up asking the managers more questions and offering examples of my experience. I had a feeling their minds were made up before I had walked through the door. Not a bad experience, just a little strange.
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