Server (Former Employee) – South Surrey, BC – 30 April 2018
Poor management with little to no desire to fix any critical errors. They have no idea how to run a restaurant, nor do they care to try. Staff is constantly either getting fired or quitting. No set rules or boundaries for their staff or managers.
productive workplace when we know how to work together
Server and Expo (Current Employee) – St. Albert, AB – 25 September 2017
A typical day at montanas is laid back, ive learnt a lot about organization and multitasking, the management is a little crazy at times and there really are no hard parts to working at montanas.. the most enjoyable part of the job is the people you work with as long as you treat one another with respect
Server/Bartender (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 7 February 2017
Over all I enjoyed working here. The staff are great and it is a nice work environment. My only complaint, is the customers often complained about the food, which looks bad on the server when it is really the kitchens fault.
Works as a server and host occasioanlly (Current Employee) – South Surrey, BC – 12 January 2017
helped me become more comfortable talking to customers and engaging in conversation, learns social skills, hardest part about the job is the travel time, and i don't get as many hours as i would like, its enjoyable getting to know people, a typical day at work consists of talking to customers, taking orders and communicating with other co workers
Server, Hostess, Bartender, Expo (Former Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 31 August 2016
Working in such a fast-paced environment can be very stressful but working at Montana's was a much different experience. You form strong bonds with your co-workers because you all rely on each other to complete several tasks. The managers at Montana's are understanding and tough but fair. They really do look after their employees. Wages and hours can vary considerably depending on how busy the restaurant is.
Server (Current Employee) – Woodstock, ON – 18 July 2016
Everyone is enjoyable and effective with theirs jobs. Everybody helps each other and never asks for much in return. We all understand how busy we can get and we just try to make the shift go without hassle or slowing down.
DISHWASHER (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 10 February 2016
The management at the particular location I worked at did not care about keeping its employees. The owner seemingly wanted a high turnover. My hours were cut to 6 hours a week to force me into quitting. Rules were enforced only on employees who the direct managers did not like, and people they did like could get away with anything. I would only work here again if absolutely necessary.
I could listen to music while working (dishwasher)
SERVER (Former Employee) – Langley, BC – 20 November 2015
Fun and fast-paced work place with great co-workers. Unfortunately, management is very hypocritical and favours whoever sells the most food. Will expect you to drop whatever you're doing (like rolling cutlery for your sections) to do what they ask, and then pull you aside for not having prepped your tables for the next guests.
Manager, Customer Service, Bartender (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 15 October 2015
The days go by quick because of how busy the store is, you learn new ways to advance the company daily. Management is excellent, organized and staff are friendly. The hardest part of the job would be working shift work, heavy weekend and nights and all holidays. The most enjoyable part of the job are meeting awesome customers that visit and the staff you work with.
hostess/expo (Former Employee) – Surrey, BC – 11 October 2015
Working at montanas as a good learning job to have. I did not enjoy the workplace because it was not mature enough. I felt like I was doing the tasks of my other coworkers all the time. i did learn what it was like to have to take on a heavy workload and high responsibility. It is not a job that i could see myself going back to. I did enjoy the customers though, as it was always easy to talk to them and greet them.