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inside a mall
Kitchen Manager (Former Employee), barrie ontDecember 7, 2012
Kitchen Manager, Mongolian Grill
 Manage the overall quality of food and kitchen operations.
 Directed the recruitment, interviewing, hiring, training and motivation and evaluations of crew.
 Supervised the preventative maintenance and upkeep of equipment facility and grounds.
 Maintained labour and food costs.
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Productive and fun workplace
Server (Former Employee), Naperville, ILDecember 19, 2014
Pros: free lunches and co-workers.
Cons: healthcare and compensation.
A typical day was very busy with a lot of business. Fast-paced environment to be in. The hardest part of the job was the temperature of the rooms we were in as servers. Management and my co-workers were very friendly and very easy to work with. The most enjoyable part of the job was the interaction with the customers.
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good place to work
Waitress/Cashier (Current Employee), mankato, MNOctober 22, 2014
get things ready for the restaurant
Provide customer service
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Fun exciting restaurant with healthy choices
Kitchen Supervisor (Former Employee), Lakeshore, OntarioJanuary 17, 2013
Pros: free stir fry with everyshift and pay raise.
Cons: short to no breaks during a 7 hours shift. alot of pressure to be perfect.
> opened the restaurant
>set up one to two sides of the buffet
>checked and put away order
>made a prep list
> did prep through out the day
> made orders on the line for lunch and dinner service
> managed up 6 people on a 5 to 7 hour shift
> cut people when buisness was slowing down.

co workers were helpful and a joy to work with. Got along with most of the back of house and front of house staff.

Management was difficult to deal with at some points but when everyone worked together as a team things got done in a orderly fashion.

the hardest part of the job was closing the restaurant on a certain day and walking up and opening the restaurant the next day.

the staff was very close and it made going to work enjoyable.
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A different kind of dinning
Team Member (Former Employee), Indianapolis, INJanuary 5, 2013
A fun a new dinning experience! Team members got to experience every job they had to offer from host, kitchen prep, serving and dish tank. A great place to learn and experience the restaurant life.
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No longer open.
Server (Former Employee), Vancouver, WASeptember 24, 2012
I enjoyed working here for a few years and then the owner decide to sell the restaurant. In the process of selling the restaurant, all employees were laid off.