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When I worked at Ric's Grill
Restaurant aide (Former Employee), Prince George, BCOctober 24, 2014
Pros: staff-priced meals, fellow workers were great
Cons: bounced cheques, disorganized, short in inventory, occasionally careless
I didn't exactly have a title, I did anything I could. Sometimes I would hostess, other times I would run around the restaurant serving, bussing, helping the bar, the kitchen, the managers. It was a fun place to work but it wasn't the best. It was rather disorganized & was always a little iffy when it came payday.
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productive & great people to work for.
Controller/Bar Mgr/Server (Former Employee), Prince George, BCJune 5, 2014
Pros: great staff to work with
Cons: stress level
Generally started the day with banking.
I have learned various position with my time with Ric's Grill, from server, to bar mgr, to floor mgr then controller.

the hardest part of my job was being able to pay suppliers or staff.

the best part was all the customers & staff that I had worked with.
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Very fast paced and challenging.
Manager (Former Employee), Chilliwack, BCJuly 27, 2013
Pros: schedules that were worked around for family
Cons: very long hours, not enough time in the day.
Full overview of a corporate restaurant. Managing all staff i front and back of house. The learning never stopped as we as a corporate business had weekly con calls, as well as new aspects of the business coming into effect daily.I was in charge of training of the FOH staff as well as scheduling and inventory of liquor and food for the restaurant. Also – more... day to day running the business and customer satisfaction, problem solving and trouble shooting. The hardest part was probably the hours as I am a single mother of one. But that I worked around. The most enjoyable part was the customer satisfaction, and how I would meet challenges head on and succeed. My bosses were great and the staff like a family. Wouldn't have it any other way. – less