Cons: un-professional and harassing management, lack of support for employees and independent contractors
Deja Vu is of course a different environment especially to be a manager but it was a great learning experience. A typical day was full of settling disputes between both customers and employees and making sure people are doing their job to its fullest extent. Management I found was un-professional and was over-run with ut of control men in a woman's – more... industry. The hardest part of the job was the constant lack of support from other management and their lack of concern for the company they worked for. The most enjoyable part was meeting the vast array of people and learning to see things from a different perspective. – less
Consultant of Call Center (Current Employee), Cracow – January 13, 2014
Pros: trainings, good working atmosphere
My typical day at work begins to verify the effectiveness of work. Then i start to make phone calls to people, to arrange an appoitment at a language school. I learned a lot of useful things in life, such as negotiation skills, improve interpersonal skills, excellent selection of counterarguments. My coordinator is great person, who always helps me, – more... when i need it. But the best thing is that he makes very professional trainings, which helps me to constantly improve. The hardest part of my job is the thing that its boring sometimes. The most enjoyable part of the job are trainings and great results at work. – less
Drink Waitress (Former Employee), Seattle WA – October 17, 2013
energetic and fun environment helping out dancers get drinks to customers. Daily activites would include bussing empty drink cups and refilling customer orders. Hardest part of the job was keeping up with large volume of customers most enjoyable part was the easy nature of the job.
There was no gray area, you were either good for this job or yyou were not.
Waitress (Former Employee), Spokane, WA – February 12, 2013
The most enjoy able part of the job was the majority of the girls I met there, they were totally fun to be around. A typical day at work would require trying to sell as many ladies drinks as possible because If you couldn't you got fired. I learned I do not work well under the pressure that I have to sell something, my job depended on it.
waitress/bartender (Former Employee), cincinnati,ohio – February 9, 2012
Pros: close to home
Cons: no benifits
dejavu was a fun place to work. i meant alot of good people and made alot of good social contacts. the money for the first four years was unbelieveable. my boss was the best guy in the world. i olny left because at the time i felt like it was time to move on to a new experience,i was sadened to hear the company closed its cincinnati location.