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Rene Mendez
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Host Server at Applebees

2 to 3 days.. call for a follow up. Don't be afraid to ask if they made their decision.. remind them you will make a great candidate..

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Nur Yunlu
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Restaurant Worker / Designer / Marketing

A week and if there is no hear back, you can always follow up and email them.

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Lawrence White
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over 6 months ago

Applebee’s just announced a National Hiring Day on Monday, May 17 to meet a hiring goal of up to 10,000 new Team Members to the Neighborhood With Its Franchisees.

Interested candidates can visit Applebee's National Hiring Day - May 17 to see a list of current job openings near them and schedule an interview for May 17 at their local restaurant between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. local time.

Starting positions include a range of full-time and part-time opportunities, including Host, Server, Bartender, Cook, Dishwasher and Management. All new job roles offer the potential for career development and advancement.

Search, apply online, and schedule your interview appointment today at Applebee's National Hiring Day - May 17

#Applebees #hiringnews #jobsearch #foodservice #fulltime #parttime #Server #bartender #cook #Management #NationWideUSA

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Alisha Ryczek
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over 6 months ago

I am currently still working for Applebee’s. I started about 5 years ago as a host and worked my way up to bartending and becoming a cocktail server. I am a people person, love being busy, working on multiple things at once, and made a lot of personal growth from the time I started.

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mary wallace
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over 6 months ago

that everyone felt like family. such a great environment, but its time for a change.

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Stephanie Means
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over 6 months ago

PURE HELL

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annie firebaugh
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over 6 months ago

The employees were great but our gm wasnt she had no idea how to run a restaurant, which made it hard on us as employees there

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Michelle Gardner
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over 6 months ago

Understaffed in foh and boh, sales way higher than projected, computers malfunction, and upset guests. That was just a Saturday.

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Eric Rybicki
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over 6 months ago

The food i created. It was there planned model of how to prepare it, but i brought it to life. I cook with my soul & bake with my heart. Great place to work also. friendly

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Reginald Moore
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over 6 months ago

Set time for cross traneing

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Blair Knight
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over 6 months ago

well i am still working at applebees in barboursville, wv and last night i had an evening shift and i couldnt ask for better working conditions... the servers were great to me and so was the bartender/server.... i was there from 4:45pm til 10pm( hostess can normally head home early once work is caught up) i clocked in early so actually worked from 4:38pm. overrall a bit shorter shift than my day shifts or alot shorter than my double shifts but anyway it was such a good feeling. :)

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