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At around 3pm it would get busy for an hour or so, then it would become quite till 5pm, what i learned in this job was mostly team work and working to the best of my ability, customer service was also something that i learned very well in such a little amount of time. Unfortunately the red rooster i worked at i got picked on and bullied so i decided to leave.
It can get very busy at some point of each shift but it's an overall good place for a first job, it's relaxing and everyone gets along. If you're looking for a first job I recommend Reddies aka Red Rooster. ;)
Management is amazing
There isnt a good hand out of shifts
Everyone helps each other with what needs to get done the work place is very fast pace and sometime very stressful but overall it is very fun and the coworkers are super nice.
Allow to take leftovers home when your doing closing shifts
Get in, Develop the relations you'll need to provide good work history and get moving on out. They will not award your loyalty.
Look, the corporation only control procedures & protocol. Everything else boils down to the franchisees who own stores. Great if your still in studying or as a casual or part time job however the incentives just aren't worth moving up within the company. Don't take it personally and don't make it forever. The best part of working here is the people I've met throughout the time I've worked there.
Most enjoyable part of the job is the staff members that make it bearable, its a good work/life balance and leniency and flexibility with shifts. It has taught me how to be more confident in customer service and how to deal with various customers in a busy yet manageable environment.
Great place to be at, new challenges everyday as people walk in the restaurant with different mindset and unique requirements. Work culture in a restaurant is always best to learn about working in teams.
do not want to get into it but what i can say is bad management and don't care about their workers and tried taking it further no one got back to me! Very uncomfortable, especially the workers make u feel like bad and disrespect you. I only met one good person and we don't talk anymore because of them. The franchiser would do anything he can to make sure his workers feel like they don't belong.
met one good person.
bad management, very uncomfortable.
red rooster was my first job and will always stay in my heart. the staff are amazing and very inclusive. very flexible hours and okay pay. i would recommend this company to anyone who is self motivated and not afraid to give anything a go.
Its a little family and everyone is included