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Beverly Brady
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6 months ago

Chili's doesn't do phone interviews. You schedule it on line at Chili'sjob's.com You go in and interview with a manager. Be pleasant and polite and dress nice

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Kayla Muncy
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over 6 months ago

Better management. Managers are stretched to thin and are never able to perform like managers. Or there threatened to get fired . So they leave the foh workers by themselves 98 percent off the time.

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Jazlyn Reyes
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over 6 months ago

Love my job only because I’ve grown accustomed to the chaos and the inconveniences that Chilis constantly comes with. It’s a restaurant business so you can’t expect it to be even a little challenging. You need to be ok with chaos to thrive in this environment. I love meeting people and talking to people and making money while doing it so i love my job. They’re also very flexible if they see you’re a dedicated employee and if you get along with the manager that makes your schedule.

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Lawrence White
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over 6 months ago

Arlington, TX - Chili's locations throughout Tarrant County, TX are hiring Line Cook and Culinary professionals.

Chili's has immediate hire full, part-time job openings within a variety of shift work schedule options. See local job openings and apply online today at Chilis jobs near me

Already applied? Go to check my application status to follow up on your application processing status.

Safety is Hospitality! Learn how Chilis is working hard to maintain a COVID-19 safe work environment for employees !

#Chilis #hiringnews #jobsearch #foodserice #linecook #culinary #fulltime #parttime #Arlington #Texas

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Danielle Brewer
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over 6 months ago
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Doreen Landes
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over 6 months ago

What I loved working at #Chilis is their community involvement

St Jude's is their number one fundraising campaign, which usually lasts several months consisting of new fun ideas for raising money for a great organization. Along with that, they also sponsor "spirit events" , which has helps local fire departments, schools, local sports teams, animal shelters and residents that may have suffered an illness, loss in a fire, accidents, etc. Chili's also donates food/and or money to local events throughput the year. I truly believe that it's very important to be involved with the community, taking care of each other, building and supporting your home town and not just focusing on profit.

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Madison Cherry
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over 6 months ago

Is working at chilis

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Wendy Salas
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over 6 months ago

Preparaba, cocinaba y porcionaba

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John Summers
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over 6 months ago

Well I got half off my food started off at $10 an hour and I worked alot but at the end of the day I needed the change for sure

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Tom Hollis
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over 6 months ago

Nothing at all. There was no sense of "team" here. The location I worked at was short staffed and very stressful. The training I received for the QA position was very abbreviated. I began looking for a new job almost immediately.

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