Pros: 50% off meals if you sat in the back of the kitchen
Cons: such a large staff, there's no room for anybody to move
I've dealt with a lot of management who hires a lot of minimum wage students, just to treat them horribly, but none quite like Earls, Bourbon Street. My management team was so vast, not one single person communicated with the other unless it was discuss drinking or smoking pot after work. Frequently I was yelled at for 'Not following dress code" even though i had talked to parts of the higher management multiple times, who agreed i had. When I was being yelled at, it was by young supervisors who had just gotten promoted from within and thus treated me with the greatest lack of respect. I've never felt like less of a human being than when they would unnecessarily yell and embarrass me in front of the guests. I followed my job description impeccably (one of the few who really did) and was only scolded for what other coworkers didn't do. I highly recommend that you not work here unless you want to feel degraded and belittled. They also chose to spray us with sanitation bottles to avoid them (the managers with the bottles) from having to run food, regardless of how busy we were.