Line Cook (Current Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 2 December 2016
Employers are very friendly and well respected then everyone are entitled of their own opinion. It is a great company to work for and the food are delicious then salary are not bad all and you get tips which is good
Busser (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 21 October 2016
Working at Johns Restaurant was really good at the beginning, I was there for 2 years. I would not recommend working there because there management is not right, they way they talk to there co- workers is not very nice sometimes. I do understand that every job is different but one thing is when you have new employees you are supposed to be nice, have good customer service, just have a smile on your face and say hi. But they do not have good customer service from the last time I worked there.
Hostess (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 27 September 2016
Always moving on your feet and there are non stop duties to do. The people there are welcoming and everyone treats each other like family. There are long hours to be worked and gives you a chance to be sociable with customers, workers, etc.
Waitress (coach) (Current Employee) – bahrain – 15 February 2016
My typical day at work is serving my guest. I have learned a lot from this job specially dealing with different kind of people and cultures, for me everyday was a learning process. our management is good enough and cared for their employee. co-workers are friendly. The hardest part of the job was how to challenge yourself to deal with different kind of people, but it was the most enjoyable as well because you come to know them and learn from them. I enjoy having conversations with my guest.
Server (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 6 April 2015
all work places have cliques that you separate into. this work place was t he same. but everyone was civil to eachother. everyone was helpful and encouraging to new comers and switching shifts was not difficult in a pinch. co-workers are funny and easy going and management is also easygoing...as long as you are doing a good job. they are always there to help and offer tips. time management and multi tasking is a severe need to be a waitress. the ability to lift about 20 lbs of food at head level on one arm is also a handy ability to have
Line cook (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 31 March 2015
A typical day at work would include stocking my station that I was at, completing my orders as they came on the screen, attending to co-workers that needed a hand and sanitizing my station when no orders were given. All together working at TGI Fridays was a fast moving place always kept myself busy enjoyed the co-workers company but disliked the way one of the managers were treating the co-workers only because he/she didn't do his/her job correctly.