Chucks Roadhouse Bar and Grill
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What was the most challenging part of your role at Chucks Roadhouse Bar and Grill?

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  • Having to do my job as well as being a janitor even though i was hired as a dishwasher

  • It probably depends on your position. Going in, I didn’t expect the job to be too challenging. I’m a hostess. But I didn’t get any training whatsoever. The first day, I was thrown on & expected to simply know exactly what to do. Took me so long to get good at my job. Servers often times look down on hosts, management can be really unorganized too. So many times management have forgotten to tell me we have reservations & parties would show up & it would make ME look bad when I had no clue about any sort of reservation. There’s a lot of multi-tasking & your seriously like a mini manager. Hosts deal with so much! Despite how negative I’m talking about the job, I did learn a lot of new skills that will be useful for new jobs in the future. It’s fast paced, & you’ll be ready for any other sort of part time job after this one!

  • Complete lack of management training, server training, bartender training. The turn over is soo absurdly high they don’t have time to train people fast enough.

  • Running your butt off all day/night and then leaving the building with next to nothing to show for it. And then trying to drag your butt back to do it all over again next shift.

  • Working with staff that don't know anything about working in restaurants,that don't clean ,don't know how to reheat frozen bagged and boxed
    menu items and try and fix there problems but get black balled by owner that just wants the cash and doesn't give to shakes about how he gets his money

  • Working with broken hood vents and with an owner who doesnt know the industry at all while telling me im doing my job wrong (line cook)

  • It's team work for the whole Restaurant.

  • Going in!!

  • Dealing with the manager

  • Working with managers who don’t know how to organize staff or run a successful business.

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