Montana's BBQ & Bar
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    1,001 to 5,000
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    Restaurants & Food Service
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Supervisor Cook in Charlottetown, PE
on 10 September 2021
Stressful and Low Wages
The amount of work that you have to put in on a busy Montana Restaurant, and the wages they provide you is pathetic as a line cook. The servers will make around 300-400$ cash tips on weekend days and the cooks just gets around 160$ Biweekly tips. The difference between the wages is huge. They expect you to do all there is to do and will pay you the least there is to pay.
waitress in Medicine Hat, AB
on 19 October 2021
Horrible place to work
The management at this montanas is absolutely horrific. They do not train you properly. The management is unprofessional to say the very least and screaming is a common recurrence during shifts. The other staff is very unwelcoming and judgemental and it is a very clicky environment to work in. Pre Shift meetings often included several minutes of passive aggressive remarks and belittling. The back of house staff seem genuinely worked overly hard but overall the whole restaurant is a gong show. the tips are good some of the times tho(: Just be prepared to be humiliated and worked without breaks unless you are on the manger’s good side for the night.
Kitchen Staff in Saskatoon, SK
on 4 October 2021
Cheap, misleading and terrible.
Their kitchen was disgusting. The job posting claims to pay a certain amount but they will pay experienced people no more theb 14 or 15 dollars an hour elwhich is a joke compared to most restaurants now days. The kitchen management also habe severe egos as when someone eith more experience applies they refuse to higher them.
Server in Markham, ON
on 27 September 2021
Toxic workplace
Never work at the Markham location as management will treat you like dogs. The interview process was quite quick and was hired on spot, which leads me to assume that they were desperate. Also, I never got paid for my training. The only time management that was nice to you was when they need extra help and required overtime. The most enjoyable part of the job was clocking out.
Dishwasher/Kitchen Helper in Langley, BC
on 19 September 2021
Organization Needs To Improve
A typical day as a Dishwasher is the same as always washing dishes, and putting them in the machine taking them out to the front of the house, and putting out the garbage in the bins, and cleaning your workspace.I enjoyed quite a lot on the job watching the videos on safety skills, and answer questions about the job, and playing games for the questions that my boss gave me to do. Management needs to improve their because you have to call them to see if you're not working that day or not even if you did or did not get the new work schedule hours, and also your work schedule winding up in spam, not your inbox. I find that very annoying.The workplace was all right very fast-paced, and very loud when it comes to birthdays there ringing the triangle bell singing Happy Birthday every day was very annoying there. The Staff, and co-workers were nice there to talk to, and sometimes I find it annoying because they talk about dumb things, etc. I feel like I am in Soap Opera TV Show. It's also hard to talk to a few co-workers thereafter you are off work and they're off work at the same time but some keep to themselves.The hard part was the smoke from the wildfires while working on the job. It was hard to breathe from the smoke outside and the smoke inside while cooking when it was super busy there. The other part that was hard was getting to work by taking two buses to get there to the job on time.The part I enjoyed about the job was getting my skills upgraded there, and getting free pop, and working there to make some extra cash for myself, and helping out the staff when needed to lift things that are heavy or they can't reach for themselves. All in all. I was glad that I was glad to get back on my feet again to work again since Cov-19 happened. Nice to work here when you are young but I would not want to work here for the rest of my life. Time to move on for a better job or go back to school for better education.

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Insights from 287 Indeed users who have interviewed with Montana's BBQ & Bar within the last 5 years.
Favourable experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

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They asked about my experience and if I willing to do overtime. Availability

Shared on 1 August 2019

If had smart serve if lived close by what was i looking for

Shared on 30 June 2019

Your experience. Worst work Experience How you handled " " Have you heard of montana's (important question) (Availability) super strict so be careful. Difficult to change and vacation is a pain to schedule too.

Shared on 18 January 2018

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