What is it like to work at Shoeless Joe's Sports Grill?

3.7Work/Life Balance
3.3Job Security/Advancement
Not bad but management is lacking
Written by Prep Cook (Former Employee) from Saskatoon, SK on 3 July 2018
often not there to open the door for shifts, little to no training and expected to learn on the job, often hired too many employees because no one wanted to stay there.
Prosit pays, there are some easy tasks
Consstressful, unappreciated
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