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The food industry wants YOU! Calling all cooks, servers, dishwashers and those in food service.This topic covers available roles for hire as well as those currently working in this field who offer their support and share their experiences.
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Rhonda Zuzich
9 days ago
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Kayla Albrightson

Honestly don't have a good reason. I felt hated there and was told to smile more, but I have short teeth even tho I ALWAYS smiled so I left. Definitely was discriminated so I left. But okay place to work.

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Tori Mauk

Applebee’s is honestly the most shit company I’ve ever worked for. Never going back. I can find the same shit job at any other place anyways.

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Brian Gray

Are you moving to New Orleans from Miami? If so I may be able to help you out more. As a Lead Chef here in New Orleans,I would like to know what you are asking for and if the move,once again,is coming here.

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Carlos Ocasio

Make sure you use Indeed.com or a website line that. Its good to have your information on there. You will many food service cleaning jobs on there. It's good to ask questions.

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Nancy Fields
9 days ago

Wrongful termination due to a medical reasons.....

I worked about a week at wahlburgers in Pittsburgh and worked for a few days. The next day,I get a phone call telling me that they received an email from corporate,and they have to let me go due to my hands that have scars and wounds still from a severe burn on them. They had no rights to fire me when I have medical proof due to this matter.

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Erika Hatch
over 6 months ago

I work at a pizza place, the one manager is name Shawn.. He talks a bunch of crap on me while i'm not there and makes up a bunch of rumors. But, when i go to face him, he acts like my buddy? Then, i have another soon to be manager who sits on his high horse trying to make me his little slave and doesn't like it when i don't work fast enough for his paste or don't get enough done. I'm really thinking on quitting my job. I do everything in my power to get everything done. This isn't the first time they've decided to say arrogant things about me to everyone else that works there. I'm running out of options.

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Billy Bee
16 days ago

Wage Hikes

I'll probably get a lot of heat for this, but pushing buttons on a register, waving a scanner over an item, or entering the code for bananas(which is 4011), stocking shelves, flipping burgers, bagging groceries, should never constitute what most people say is a living wage(restaurants should be a little higher due to risk factors). That being said, if you work 40 hours a week somewhere then you should be able to survive. Plus you should also be able to work your way up, and of course, get raises. Plus jacking up minimum wage does nothing if everything else goes up with it. Plus many places can't do merit reviews(or won't rather) because minimum wage goes up again superceding the raise an amployee would get. It's also a slap in the face to long time employees. Why should a new hire make what a long time employee makes?? Thoughts?? #advice #hiring

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richard frias
9 days ago

I really loved working for Sunset ranch because...

It was a challenging job after a second interview they decided to hire me after 10 other applicants quit I worked for 10 yrs with loyalty ,honesty and encouraged myself to build my own customer relationship learning the restaurant aspect of making my delivers always on time even though there refrigerated Equipment on truck was outdated & not in working order since day one of my Employment I. Ignored all the bullying + verbal intimidation that was being put out by the owner + son leaving for medical leave handing in the doctor note which they chose to ignore I decided to leave because they didn't want to deal with workers mpensation. No benefits here just re needed to support my family + loved the job itself gave me the chance to be my own boss despite the negativity I dealt with from management

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Judith Heisler

I would have no problem telling them

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Judith Heisler

I would tell them

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Eleana Bowman
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about 1 month ago

He threw a cup of HOT coffee in my managers face!

I worked at a restaurant once and a man was extremely intoxicated so we had to ask him to leave. We even offered to get him a cab home, free of charge.

Well, he didn't like that. About 10 minutes after he left the premises, he came storming back in with a large cup of gas station coffee and THREW IT in my managers face calling him every name under the sun...

Luckily, we caught the whole thing on our security cameras.

Craziness!! What's the most unbelievable thing that's happened while you were working?

#watercooler #hospitality #workstories

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Shannon Crawford

There is an in person interview conducted between you and one or more people from management. In store, and usually takes anywhere from 15 to 30 mins.

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Kristina Chanoux

First youll have a basic phone interview that takes 15 minutes. Than they will bring you in for an in person interview and than youll mostly be hired with a start date. 😃

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