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"Red Robin Employment"

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Current Employee - Server in Broomfield, CO
Current Employee - Server in Broomfield, CO
Recommends
No opinion of CEO

Pros

Decent money, fun people, good food, good management

Cons

fast paced, corporate dominance, stressful

Advice to Management

take better care of your servers - they are the face of the company

Other Employee Reviews for Red Robin

  1. "Good place to work"

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    Former Employee - Server in Broken Arrow, OK
    Former Employee - Server in Broken Arrow, OK
    Recommends
    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    Great environment, fun place to work, laid back yet professional, different than most restaurants, a giant bird that you can dress up as, good flexibility in work schedule

    Cons

    Sections are either really good or horrible, overpriced food leaves consumers tipping low, weekdays (Monday-Thursday) days are generally slow and you don't make much money, if you are a closer then it's great.

    Advice to Management

    Redesign seating arrangements at restaurants to include more booths in the 20's, 40's, and 50's. Schedule less servers with more tables, and lower prices.


  2. "Low pay, few hours, full time. Ha."

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    Current Employee - BOH in Seattle, WA
    Current Employee - BOH in Seattle, WA
    Doesn't Recommend
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    The KM is fair, mostly honest, on top of everything from food costs to cleaning, and he's not OCD. If he cuts someone's hours, he cuts across the board, not taking too much from any one person. And if you're seriously hurting, he'll try to find you more hours, even if it's bussing or something. I don't think it's a RR thing though, he was a KM someplace before RR and the training shows. I also like the GM, who is also fair and mostly honest. Neither of them are overly controlling if you do your job well and keep busy. Good people. Both of them. They make a great team.

    Cons

    I know it's a restaurant, but if you keep cutting hours, you're going to lose people. I keep hearing "corporate says we need to cut labor", and "we need to control labor" and yet--we keep hiring because we're loosing people who need hours, and we replace them with people who want hours and take from the people already there. Grown ups can't live on 20 hours a week.

    There are so many kids and high school students working at RR--and ALL of them look alike, like they're stamped out of a mold. I heard the district manager saying certain servers personified RR and then we started getting more servers who looked like them. In the BOH we have almost the entire senior class of the local high school working for us, and they look alike too. You almost "have" to live at home to afford to work here.

    The unit visits (BER) are so fake. Everyone is pretending to be okay while the district manager pretends to believe them, except when he's in a bad mood.

    Advice to Management

    It's pretty normal for a corporate restaurant. When I first joined I thought it was different. Guess I was wrong.

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