Work wellbeing score is 65 out of 100
3.5 out of 5 stars.
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Server/Bartender in Coventry Hills, AB
on July 25, 2023
Over 10 years in the industry and this place is by far the worst. No regard for staff well being. Food is pre-made in the morning and then microwaved throughout the day. Sometimes using the same foot made from a few days ago.
Bartender/Server in Barrie, ON
on May 2, 2023
If you're ok to tip out 35% of your TIPS, by all means, work here. It's ridiculous how much money they take from you that doesn't go where they say it does. Robbery.
Server/Bartender in Calgary, AB
on March 22, 2019
It's your typical waitressing job, dealing with picky and difficult customers, running around, no breaks, but some of my best memories have been working there and making lifelong friends.
Server/Bartender/Supervisor in Niagara Falls, ON
on November 19, 2018
Located in tourist area of Niagara Falls many hours available during peak season (May-September). Great tips and great crew of people employed. Many people have been there for a long period of time. Hours are much slower, tips are much less during off season.
Works as a Bar tender, an expo for food and server in Windsor, ON
on July 3, 2018
I would work in the bar, serve tables and answer the phone, I learned great customer service skills and how to multitask. Management was okay, but they need work on handling certain situations better. The work place culture was toxic, very toxic. Hardest part was to work with my co-workers.Go in get your time, do your job and leave. The most enjoyable part was probably the regulars that came in.
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