Food Server (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 10 March 2018
This is the first job where, I leaned to interact with people. I also learned team work, time management and different other ethics from this job. The hardest part of the job was working long hours and a lots of walking around.
Server (Former Employee) – Prince George, BC – 13 February 2018
Denny's was full of confusing hours, constant people calling in sick and unorganized in general. The management cycled though quickly as did the employees but they did make sure most people were properly trained.
Server (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 9 February 2018
The owner to start is nuts. He is a bully and he breaks every law. They make up their own labour laws there and personally attack you if you try and stand up for your rights. The work environment is very stressful mostly because they dont have enough staff and equipment and somehow that becomes the employees problem. Management is bitter and lazy and will not help you but will take tips and even the owner has his hand in the tip pool. The other employees are immature ans cause alot of drama. Cockroaches ans bugs running all over you. Stay away from this place
Server (Former Employee) – Delta, BC – 12 January 2018
A typical day at work started with taking temperatures of all food and sauces and restocking any missing items. Then we would go about our day taking orders and delivering meals. We would end off the shift by doing our side work.
Hostess (Former Employee) – Kingston, ON – 2 January 2018
I was hired as a server and was told I would be trained as a server, but I remained a host. They began hiring servers - so I resigned due to lack of honesty. The environment wasn't a very pleasant one and I never felt valued as an employee.
Senior General Manager (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 13 December 2017
Denny's is a great place to work, Learn lot during my 12 years of work in this company. Great to work in family and friends like atmosphere. Hardest part is there are no such promotion or opportunity in Edmonton market.