I worked at Kabuki Japanese Restaurants full-time (More than a year)
they promote within
most coworkers were cool and we bonded through the rigamarole
too many chiefs not enough indians
Advice to Management
don't blame people for something they didn't do with out investigating it.
if Masa taught me how to make spicy tuna then I probably made it right even though you make it different.
"[I was] good student"
I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Kabuki Japanese Restaurants (Las Vegas, NV) in December 2015.
First I was called in by the (now former) floor manager. She interviewed me, asked basic questions about ethics and availability, then told me to return the next day to interview with the general manager.
He asked me what I knew about sushi and japanese food, then followed up with availability questions. At the end, I was hired and told to return the same evening for my first shift.
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