Warehouse Worker (Current Employee), Detroit, Michigan – July 8, 2014
Cons: not enough hours
A day at work is very fast paced, everyone comes in ready to work. We start off with our morning meeting to let us no what we have to get done today. Everyone is assigned a task anywhere from loading or unloading trucks, delivering food to proper locations, being in the freezer organizing, dry storage area, condiment carts, or moving and delivering – more... kegs and beer. There is never a down time, which I like. – less
Server/Cashier (Former Employee), Schaumburg, IL – July 7, 2014
I worked at a baseball stadium setting so a typical day is helping customers with orders. I learned how to be patient and helpful through this job. the hardest part of the job is the heat and sometimes things can get behind schedule. The most enjoyable part is getting to watch baseball games while working and getting to create a relationship with the – more... season ticket holders because once they know you they always come back to your line just to see you and talk for a little bit to see how you are that day. – less
Server/Bartender (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZ – July 6, 2014
Great first job! Everyone was amazing, from Supervisors to Manager. Unfortunately, having a lot of days off wasn't the greatest, especially when players were out on the road. Fun Place to work if you're just starting off.
Catering Sales and Operations for all Arena events.
Sales and Catering Manager (Former Employee), Miami FL – July 6, 2014
Pros: working with great organization (miami heat)
Cons: minimal to none in operational support.
I started with Levy in college as host in a suite level club. Moved to catering and after college was promoted to catering sales manager. In this position I was responsible for communication with all internal clients of the Arena and the Miami Heat, external clients with private events and concert and shows, our culinary team,staffing and event production. – more... We catered to wide variety of clientele from various industries, this was by far one of the best work experiences of my career thus far. I learned how to operate multiple events at once during a live basketball game or concert. I managed staff, ordered and managed inventory of products, and worked directly with clients. – less
Catering Server (Current Employee), Detroit, MI – July 3, 2014
Pros: great pay
Cons: strong hours
Levy Restaurants is a wonderful job to have. you can learn different things and plus experience how to react with guest, cooking, serving. everyday is different you will love to work for Levy Restaurants
This was a great place to work then it wasn't really fast.
Key Concessions Supervisor for Non-Profit (Former Employee), Green Bay, WI – June 30, 2014
When I first started for Levy it was a great place the management team was awesome and they really seemed to care about the people working under them. Even the highest up at the location new everyone's name and it just gave you a different feeling coming into work at a place like that. Then after a few years those managers moved on the the replacement – more... plan for those manager was frustrating. I started to get told I could not advance because I start at the bottom and the people I worked with would never respect me. Then I was told by those same managers that I was looked at as a manager when I worked and given management responsibilities just not paid accordingly. I will be honest I got frustrated and I want to move on. Although every time this came up they told me they would train me to become a manager. I then was never given the promotion or training until I was eventually laid off. I learned a lot of valuable work experience here along with made a ton of great friends. I would not have change how it played out working here for anything. What it taught me went way beyond the work place in terms of experience. – less
Concessions Supervisor (Former Employee), Atlanta, GA – June 17, 2014
A typical day of work as Concessions Supervisor was to open all concessions assigned to me on a given day, which included food running, assembly, cash pick-up and delivery, inventory count and other similar tasks. I learned how to manage employees while also being micro-managed by several managers. Co-workers were enjoyable though not always willing – more... to assist or pull their own weight, unfortunately. The hardest part of the job was the constant lack of communication between upper management, concession managers and kitchen managers; staff. The most enjoyable part of the job was experiencing various interesting events that would take place. – less
great place to work, have fun, and interact with the guest
Concession Supervisor (Current Employee), Charlotte, North Carolina – June 10, 2014
Cons: not really any breaks
overall an okay job. Go to work have a staff meeting with the other supervisors and managers, grab my paper work and head to my stand, check my stand for cleanliness and to cut on equipment, count and organize my inventory, start to prep the stand with candy baskets and greet my cooks, wait on my group of cashiers to come in. get them set up and assigned – more... to certain task, go and get the money, set t he money up and assign people to registers, have a cashier meeting and make sure everyone is comfortable and knows what to do before the doors open. – less
Server (Former Employee), La Quinta, CA – May 29, 2014
Pros: free lunches was great. i also loved how fast paced it was.
Cons: not being a full time job was disappointing, took most of your lunch time just getting to and from the tent and clocking in and out.
I loved working for Levy Restaurants. It was a upbeat and the people i worked with were amazing. The managers were straight forward and that was nice. The job was great once i got used to being on my feet so much. If it wasn't for my feet i would have not one problem. I got new shoes and it was great after that.
Runner (Current Employee), Indianapolis, IN inside Bankers Life Fieldhouse – May 28, 2014
Pros: pacer games, fever games, ice games, indy500, and indyeleven
Cons: short breaks, drunk customers
A typical day of working at Levy restaurants is i get see many events and learn new things. There is always new people around you and you get to interact with the customers. The management tries their hardest to keep a work day steady and less stressful as possible but every night i'm there things go smooth. The hardest part about the job is when things – more... get very busy, but that don't even phase me because I like the pressure. The most enjoyable part of working there is the Pacer games because I get to see all home NBA games for them. – less
A great work environment with the opportunity to expand your career goals.
Level Supervisor (Current Employee), Atlanta, GA – May 22, 2014
A typical day at work consists of myself and other team members preparing to setup and run over thirty different restaurants at the Georgia Dome in time for event day. As a level supervisor overseeing sixteen stand supervisors, I've expanded my knowledge and experience in time-management, communication, and leadership skills. The most enjoyable part – more... of my job is the satisfaction I receive from being able to please different customers who come from different parts of the world. When a customer who came from miles away to attend an event at the Georgia Dome tells me that one of their most memorable and satisfying part of their day was the great customer service they received from my staff is the best part of my job, because that lets me know I'm doing my job, and I'm doing it well. – less
Barista (Current Employee), Atlanta, GA – May 20, 2014
Pros: safe environment
Cons: short break and commuting
A typical day at work is a comfortable environment, with psotitve and helpful co-workers. The hardest part of the job is maintaining the espresso machine myself, with tons of customers, but I managed my way through, I have learned multi-task and faster procedures.The most enjoyable part of the job is meeting different types of people and learning various – more... skills. – less