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Bj's Restaurants, Inc. Reviews
What is it like working at Bj's Restaurants, Inc.?
"It’s not for me."
Restaurant Host/Hostess in North Richland Hills:
Pros: Free food, and they will work with your schedule. Good workout. Occasional new menu rollout testing and beer tasting
Cons: If you ask for time off they will over schedule you or not schedule you at all. A lot of servers are not as strong as others and if you give them more than they can handle or table when they ask not to be sat you will be yelled at. Managers can’t agree on rules one manager may be fine with something the other may not and you will get yelled at. Can be taxing when there is only one host to meet the timing standard of when to seat guests while on a wait or low staffed. You may be required to fill other positions while low staffed. May be required to stay extra late for new menu rollouts.
"Not for the faint of heart."
Retail Store Manager in San Jose:
Pros: Potential room to grow if there are places available for you to go, might mean a move cross country. An Expanding company is always a good sign.
Cons: Sometimes feel a lot of negative reinforcement, no real direction at times, bombarded with rapid changes but not rapid response time from supposed support departments
"It's a decent job, just need more hours."
Line Cook in Little Rock:
Pros: the people
Cons: the work load with unmatched pay