Dishwasher and Line Cook (Former Employee) – Nanaimo, BC – 7 December 2017
Come into work, change, go on-line didn't really learn much I didn't already now. Management was great always giving feedbac and letting staff now whats going on. Most of the people I worked with were great people. Hardest part would have to be the commute to work from where I was. The most enjoyable part of the job was maing food for people.
Line cook (Former Employee) – Woodstock, ON – 13 February 2018
Job is not bad it's management. It's all favouritism. If your buddies with management and supervious you get treated like gold but if you are not you will Def see the difference between the way you are treated. Policy gets thrown up a lot mgt picks and chooses who is to follow policy. Some people get away with doing things that others cannot. In some cases one employee can do something and it's fine totally excepted but if another does it you get treated differently
Dishwasher (Former Employee) – British Columbia – 5 January 2018
No structure in this company, the management does not care about the employees. They have lazy managers,they have supervisors that acts like managers but are actually high payed servers that manipulates scheduling so they could get the best schedules. Shocking how issues are even addressed to corporate and no actions taken, employees always come and go thats why they dont really stop hiring and looking for that employee that they would victimize and leave miserable.
Part Time Hostess (Current Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 28 December 2017
Management was slight and often lacking. When needed, they were always "too busy". Pretty easy job, but when not busy, its gets boring. Terrible hours, no end times, bad pay. No longer getting tipped out, since management is starting to.
Its a job, nice employees
uncertain how long you'll work, terrible management, boring, no tips
Line Cook (Former Employee) – Barrie, ON – 26 November 2017
Members of the staff that work online allow stress to get to them and take it out on other employees, I was talked to as if I was stupid and as if I was a child. I also would book days off two weeks in advance as well as notify my manager and still get booked into the days that i requested off.
Worked there for almost a year and people were getting hired onto line for more wage than I was recieving. I was suppose to get a review regarding a possible raise and I never got a review.
Server (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 25 November 2017
Double seating tables to a server who is already busy and struggling was always a problem. I wish the training was more thorough. Especially for those who may not have worked in the food industry before.
Hostess & Server (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 2 November 2017
I first started out as a hostess with the company. Working here, allowed me to enhance my performance regarding customer service. Once trained, I started serving. Through the training I received, I was also able to work in the kitchen, to understand what it takes to deliver quality food.
Waitress (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 25 October 2017
I enjoyed my time at Montana's! Its a great first restaurant to start serving at. Very enthusiastic environment to be in. Lots of opportunity to growth within the company. you'll meet lots of new friends!
Hostess/Expo (Current Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 28 September 2017
Friendly staff and environment. Management needs improvement as they are not very experienced. A typical work day would include lots of communication and a very short shift. Unfortunately long hours are not given to hostess' and it is hard to make an income as a young adult. Overall a good workplace if seeking short hours.
Waitress (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 23 September 2017
I worked at montanas for two months. Was told I was doing great had employee recognition. Then I had one grumpy table as I served and that night they fired me. During the two months they hired probably 20 people and fired people constantly even their best server who worked their four years fired him with no valid reason.