Cook (Former Employee), Romulus, MI – April 23, 2014
Pros: they give you $10 to eat with everyday
They just through you to the wolves. I had to try and learn 3 different menus with over 20 items on each and 3 different kitchens in a weekend. You always have to try an find a manager because their all over the place. I didn't even get a clock in -out card til my last day which messed up my check.
fun working atmosphere but I must pay attention to details
Suites Checker (Current Employee), E Rutherford, NJ – April 1, 2014
Pros: we get family meals and awards for our hard work
Cons: only seasonal we are not offered health care coverage no retirement.
I love my job because I get to meet all types of people from all over the world and not many people get to do that at work. I can have fun while providing the best customer service possible. Its up to me to impress our guests so that they will come back and visit our establishment. The majority of my co-workers are seasoned workers like myself and we – more... all use teamwork and the help of our management staff to get through hectic days at work. – less
Productive and enjoyed working with other people in my area.
Pastry Chef (Former Employee), Baltimore, MD – March 21, 2014
A typical is normally very busy, especially if it was a game day. We would get to work between 6am - 7am. Had to write up a prep list and get our numbers from the chef for the day. During the day I would bake and get things ready for the evening. Sometimes things would pop up and would make things on the fly. The most enjoyable part of my job was making – more... desserts for special events. – less
Restaurant Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CA – March 11, 2014
Pros: learning expiriance
went with the impression of working 40 hours a week first to weeks I did then it went down to 35hrs and after two months I worked two moths straight 2 day a week I work graveyard shifts for the company with regular pay because the city was going to work at the restaurants doing fire alarm repairs and also when we had movie shoots and all those times – more... they paid me regular pay I took a class to teach guest path for the company to all the new hires and still my pay was the same they take advantage of their supervisors and their managers and even when you go above and beyond for the company – less
Hospitality Casual position (Former Employee), Wembley, ENG – March 1, 2014
Pros: free lunches
Cons: long hours
Ideal for students, irregular shifts. Employed by Delaware North Companies though the majority of shifts will go to agency staff. Previously worked in the catering industry, therefore managed to brush up skills in hospitality front of house positions. Typical day consists of polishing cutlery, laying tables. If book for an event, table service to a – more... high standard and bar work. The management staff are friendly and very helpful. This is not a difficult job as most duties are briefed, if you are know the the management you will be required to work on your initiative. – less
Hostess/Cashier/Stand Attendant (Current Employee), Farmington, NY – February 5, 2014
6 to 8.5 hour shifts. Hostess/Cashier/Stand Attendant (12/13-Present…full time/2012-2013…Seasonal-summer) Greet customers, seat customers and wait tables as required. Work cash register and assist with operations of the restaurant and racino.
Documentation Specialist (Former Employee), Buffalo, NY – January 6, 2014
Cons: this was a temporary position.
I enjoyed working at Delaware North, the work was challenging and that I was accomplishing and completing my duties.
It was a very productive environment. My co-workers were very helpful in assisting me to complete my project, and I learned a great deal regarding processing payroll and employee benefits, what is involved in the behind the scenes process. – more... Management was very helpful in directing me as to whom I should contact for any additional needs that I might need regarding policies, the construction of the new screens and how I could access them to test.
I was hoping that this would have turned into a permanent position. – less