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I have been working at T.G.I. Friday's full-time (less than an year)Pros
Good Tips, Good atmosphere, Good locationCons
Inconsistent scheduling: Schedules are different week to week or sometimes even day to day, Scheduling managers don't schedule your hours based on your needs. I requested one day off and was scheduled a 10 hour shift.
Management is inconsistent: Always a different manager on and hard to track down when you need them. If you need them to fix a problem you have to do 5 loops around the store just to find them and then wait 10 minutes or longer to even get their help. Management also spends a lot of their time making personal phone calls or goofing off when they should be paying attention to half of their staff that comes in high or drunk.
Training: The training is the ABSOULTE WORST. The scheduled trainer never is aware that they are suppose to be training you and when they finally are you've been behind a computer for 3 hours. No one fully teaches you how to handle all the different coupons, the Micros system and where all the buttons or areas are, or explains the promos.
As a new employee- other employees are not very accepting - they are actually quite rude and don't give you time to learn without judgment.
Other: Carrying out plates without trays and tray stands- Why not get everything out to the dining room in one shot? NO- instead you have to make 3 or 4 trips .. because it's considered "casual dining"
Pot holders: There are extremely hot plates that come up in the window that you have to waste a ton of napkins to hold so your not burning your hands.
Kitchen: Unprofessional cooks .. always overcook the steak and burgers.., if you ask for something they snap back at you with attitude.
Attitude: Employees can be beyond rude to each other and just down right negativeAdvice to ManagementAdvice
"Work smarter not harder"Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO