My background is in fine dining and I've been a server for over 13 years. So, it came as a major surprise when myself, another colleague and a third (who has a child under five) were all fired from The Guild "without cause." None of us had been sat down previously to discuss any concerns with our performance or constructive ways to improve. In my opinion, all three of us are willing to learn and develop in our careers, so it's baffling that we were seen as obstacles to the restaurant "moving in a new direction" (the excuse given to all three of us).
If you want to work somewhere where your experience and skills are taken for granted, you're treated as completely disposable and not invested in or developed by management, this is the place.