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Lawrence White
Community Specialist
3 months ago

Red Robin National Hiring Day is Tuesday, September 14!

Red Robin restaurant locations across the US will host a national hiring day on Tuesday, September 14, from 9a - 3p, to encourage future Team Members across the country to learn more about the company and interview for open positions.

To search for hiring opportunities in your area and schedule your on-the-spot interview go to Red Robin National Hiring Day - Sept. 14

Hiring Opportunities Include:

  • Server
  • Host
  • Line Cook
  • Management & more!

What's in it for YOU:

  • Three scheduled raises within your first year, starting after 3 months.
  • Flexible work schedules - work to live, not live to work!
  • Referral bonuses for bringing new members to our team
  • Eligible for 401(k) retirement plan with a company match of up to 4% of your pay (if qualified)
  • Free shift meal for Back of House Team Members
  • 50% discount on Red Robin food and 25% for your family
  • Medical, Dental, and Vision benefits available to ALL team members
  • Career Advancement Opportunities

Sign-up for your on-the-spot interview today at Red Robin National Hiring Day - Sept. 14

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Tom Huff
over 6 months ago

Tom Huff

I was just on Red Robin website trying to apply for a position as a payroll manager. When I got to the enter positions part of the application the auto dates kept changing dates that I had entered. It made impossible to finish up the application. After 2 hours trying to fix this I gave up. Red robin needs to fix this but they don't have a contact us spot to email them about this problem.

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lisa donofrio
over 6 months ago

I love working at red robin because of my customers. Although, at times, dealing with the public,can be trying, ultimately, it is very rewarding.

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Jonathan Bourne
over 6 months ago

The people and environment

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Joel Hoffer
over 6 months ago

Overworking myself with no promise of better pay or future in the company

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Elizabeth Enamorado
over 6 months ago

Cook,4 year Experience and prep cook too

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Rachel Lampley
over 6 months ago

I was a server at Red Robin for over 4 years and by the end of my employment I had enough. Between the cleanliness (or lack there of) the overworking of all the staff, the inappropriate handling of employees by managers, to the false accusations pinned on myself and another manager, I highly recommend NOT working for them. The worst job I ever had. I’m grateful to have screwed them over at the end. :)

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Pasqual Sanchez
over 6 months ago

Good place to work love the people and the managers

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taaron nichols
over 6 months ago

Old gm trained me right

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Heidi Hofkamp
over 6 months ago

I loved training the managers in training. It was always a good relief for them because they were able to relax and not worry about them doing something wrong. I was very kind and relaxed with them.

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