Friendly, upbeat restaurante where your coworkers are like family.
Pros: Tips, sports bar feeling.
Cons: Late nights.
I loved working for Boston Pizza, that is why I have stayed with the company for 8 years. A typical day at Boston Pizza would consist of many laughs with coworkers as well as costumers. It is a very busy restaurant so there is also a lot of stress that comes with it. It is frustrating when kitchen times fall behind, but you learn how to properly deal with the situation and communicate with your costumers. I was promoted to manager 5 years ago and this opportunity has given me strengths in dealing with complaints, coordinating my staff and preparing them and the company for success. I also learned how to delegate my staff by using staff incentives to encourage them for improvement. Management was such a positive experience, working together to find ways to ensure the store runs as smooth as possible was such a pleasure to be apart of. They were more then just coworkers they were like family. My manager had some problems in making relationships with her staff because all she saw was numbers. The hardest part of this job was saying goodbye, but really what I felt difficult was dealing with the complaints. No one likes getting yelled at, but you just have to do your best to ensure they will be returning. The most enjoyable part of my job was the people. You see them more then you see your family. It was a privilege making memories, and laughing with them. They truly made it a very positive working environment.