Sorrento's Employee Reviews

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GREAT place to work
Waitress (Current Employee), Fort Madison, IowaMarch 29, 2015
If you are good at your line of work, have a neat appearance and area a dependable worker - there is ample opportunity here to make some really good money. Small family orientated business
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Worked with some skilled people
Restaurant Server (Former Employee), Houston, TXMay 11, 2014
Pros: the guest the guest the guest
Cons: management by fear
This is not an easy thing to do, Sorrento's has been the most unusual place I've yet to employed. I dislike changing jobs I do like the comfort of become part of the team; working toward a common goal.
What I'll take away form Sorrento's is how humble and submissive one may have to be in order to keep the job. Of coursre be humble is part of taking care of guests. The hardest part of the job was trying to understand the culture of the owner. For so long I felt like property not so much a person. And for sure the best part is and would be the satisfaction of my guests. When the man shakes your hand and says we'll ask for you again and sometimes the hostess would take my hand kiss my cheeck and say I made the night special. Thats the best.
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Great atmoshphere and working environment
Assistant Manager (Current Employee), Fort Madison, IAMay 7, 2012
Great atmoshpere and working environment. The most enjoyable part of the job was interacting with regular customers who become like family.
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Headquarters
Centennial Colorado, United States
Revenue
$37.5 Million
Employees
51 to 200
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