- Former Employee, less than 1 year★★★★★
Good money - high stressJan 10, 2019 - Food ServerRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Cheesecake Factories are always located in really busy areas with lots of foot traffic which means great tips! If you can serve here, you can serve anywhere.
Very corporate (depending on if you like that or not) and long hours. One time I worked a 15-hour shift because we were so busy and short staffed.Continue reading
Other Employee Reviews
- Former Employee, more than 10 years★★★★★
Great place to workMay 20, 2023 - Server in Las Vegas, NVRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
They Care about their employees
The best general manager retired Pamela Johnson
- Current Employee, less than 1 year★★★★★
Work overload and no breaks!May 4, 2023 - Bakery in Henderson, NVRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Easy to get suckered into a job offer in the bakery even if that’s not what you applied for because no one wants to work the bakery.
Unrealistic demands on work load, intense cleaning, heavy lifting and restocking. I felt like I was working for a cleaning company or in the warehouse again with all the EXTRA DUTIES they require you to do before they let you go home. They come inspect your cleaning with a cloth and run their finger along surfaces to check for dust. It is highly exaggerated and they make you feel like a child and it is very insulting. I don’t use the bathroom until I get home because they make you sign this waiver when you get hired pretty much waiving your rights to a break. You supposedly get a break only if you work a double shift. That’s the trouble with working for food and beverage places that don’t have a Union to protect your rights. They see that you have been working your tail off all day and they just check in every so often ( the managers) to ask if you are having fun and they are serious! You only see your schedule for one week at a time and makes it very difficult to plan anything in advance not knowing until the last minute if you’re going to have to work.Continue reading