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Casey's Bar and Grill Employee Reviews

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good atmosphere, exausting work
Line Cook (Current Employee), Sault ste. marie OnMarch 24, 2015
Pros: free lunch
The work is nice and the people are good. but for a small business they treat there employees poorly. Work is hard and you do not get breaks.
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Learning experience
Line worker and Dish worker (Former Employee), Kapuskasing, onMarch 12, 2015
Was a positive working environment, always something new to learn and grow with helpful co-workers and employers to help you in the fast moving environment.
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My first job
Hostess and Server (Former Employee), Newmarket, ONSeptember 4, 2014
Working as a hostess at Casey's Bar and Grill was my first job.
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Busy location upper management are lifers
Food & Beverage Operations Manager (Former Employee), Toronto, ONAugust 5, 2014
Pros: free meals
Cons: busy all day long
Was very busy location. Hard to balance admin work with day to day operations.
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Productive and Great starting job in the Restaurant Industry
Line Cook (Former Employee), Cobourg, ONMay 3, 2013
Pros: experience in new recipes, flexible hours and team building environment
Cons: low salary and odd hours
A typical day at work:
- Start at 1700 hrs work until 2300 hrs or later depending on close, come in prepare for the evening shift and cook for customers.
What you learned:
- Learned how to use fryers, ovens and team building experience from working on the cooking line.
Management:
- Good management organizational skills and stock are very good and always looked after.
Your Co-workers:
- For the most part young co-workers who all have different personalities and are unique in their own ways. Very friendly people who are always welcoming to new colleagues and make you feel like you're at home.
The hardest part of your job:
- Hardest part of working in the kitchen was the amount of order in the midst of a dinner rush because of all the multi-tasking that is needed to be successful.
The most enjoyable part of your job:
- Finishing the evening shift, chatting with co-workers and preparing food for customers.
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Very Busy and Organized
Chef (Former Employee), North Bay, ONJanuary 16, 2013
Pros: busy
Cons: very high pressure
Perennial Store of the Year
Very Well managed
fun Place to work
Great Co-workers
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good franchise organization
General Manager (Former Employee), BramptonDecember 21, 2012
Pros: great atmosphere
Cons: long hours
Part of Prime Restaurant Group, good support from home office and good franchisee's make this a good management position.
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in side a hockey aren
Assistant Kitchen Manager (Former Employee), Barrie ontDecember 7, 2012
Assistant Kitchen Manager, Casey’s Bar and Grill
 Assist in day to day operations including supervision, scheduling of employees and training, placing weekly food orders and food cost control
 Distributed cleanup assignments to improve employee confidence and teamwork.
2001-2002