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Always busy so you make great tips. Stressful and management adds to that instead of helping to resolve issues. Took their benefits away from full time employees. Flexible enough as a part time job while in school or as a second income but not flexible about taking time off.
My experience at Red Lobster has been a positive one. I've been working with the company for a year as a server and truly appreciate all I've learned since then. The focus at Red Lobster is on guest satisfaction, so the importance of ensuring the customer / client its happy has become somewhat ingrained in me. The management is fair, fun and approachable. My co-workers are a mixed bag, but it is a family; the Red Lobster family. The hardest part of my job is winding down after a long day, and the most enjoyable part of my job is watching a table of guests leave the restaurant with smiles on their faces, knowing I gave them the best service possible!
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Positive coworkers in an enjoyable environment. However, management was unreliable with constant changes in the managerial staff that were unwilling to accommodate with problems and compromises. Hours constantly fluctuated each week.
The servers made this a fun place to work at. Kitchen staff, which is where I was stationed, was a very close knit family. Everyone had a specific job and always helped you if you asked for it. If I had questions or needed help with learning a new tool or prep, I could be assured that they would always steer me in the right direction, both in the dining room or in the kitchen. Culinary Management was exceptionally patient and kind to me. GM was also understanding to my family's changes and needs. Although my job may have sounded "tedious" to some, I truly do love what I did, "Silverware Roller." I had also learned how to prep foods for serving individual meals. The idea of going to work and thinking you are doing the same thing is great but when asked if you want to learn something new, is even better! It doesn't mean I stop what I was doing, it just means adding on to what I have already learned.
25% off food
no set time
-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.
I had good experience in Red Lobster. Nice exposure to inventory management and cost control. Co-workers are very nice, love to work with them. Hardest part of job is work-life balance, career advancement and not fair treatment from higher management.
It is an excellent place to work. It has decent hours, you work hard while you are there and the money is worth it. You won't get rich working at Red Lobster but you'll get what you deserve everynight. Red Lobster knows how to keep the place filled and helps you flip tables which is the most important thing for a server.
Breakin' a sweat
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