Avis d'employé sur Red Lobster
- Wonderful staff always will to help someone in need - At first the job is complicated from the multitasking - Typical day starts at 9 am for the dishwashers and at 3 pm for the bakers, most days are slow except for Friday,Saturday,Sunday - I learned the customers are always first - Managers are always willing to jump in at any time if someone is in need of help -The most enjoyable part of the job is seeing the smile on the customers face
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Friendly staff, Great enviroment
Kitchen is small
-Repetitive, exhausting, fast paced, sometimes slow, and quiet but also very productive and busy is what a typical day at work would be like. -Learned to work independently, communicate well with others, be on time, work as a team overall, and get an idea of what a hardworking curriculum should be like. -Management was reliable. Never a problem that wasn't fixed or taken care of and managers were always interested in listening to the employers. -Co-workers were often times very nice and easy to work with. worked together as team and helped anyone that needed it. -Hardest part of the job were in the evenings. sometimes never enough help to get dishes done or enough works in the back to help with produce so everyone had to help with they could to get everything done. -Meeting new people, taking a break, and communicating well others during shifts.
a typical day starts either cleaning up the mess that the person that opened left behind or the mess that the people that closed left behind. I learned how to rely solely on myself and not expect much help from coworkers or management. I learned how to successfully manage my time, and not let the piling up of work stress me out. Management primarily cares about how many labour hours they are going over instead of helping the workers they have during a shift. Having to work with a bunch of kinds who just want to hang out and make money and not care about if they do a good job. The hardest part of the job is knowing that no matter how fast you go or how well you do, you're going to have to do the exact same thing in a minute or two. The most enjoyable part of the job is payday.