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Based on 603 responses, the job of Cook, Restaurant has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.56 out of 5. On average, Cook, Restaurants are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Cook, Restaurant?

July 2017
Cook, Restaurant in Toronto:
Staying on task and completing one task at a time is most important. Speed and consistency play big roles. Working clean smart and fast.
June 2020
Cook, Restaurant in Raleigh:
Lack of professionalism, lots of favoritism. Your pleas for better working conditions fall on deaf ears. The owner works every weekend when he shouldn't be working at all. No benefits no sick days no paid time off, you're lucky if you get more than 30 hours.
September 2014
"Hard work, exciting rewards."
Cook, Restaurant:
Pros: The sense of acconplishment in supplying a good product.
Cons: The hours are tough and the conditions can be difficult.
January 2015
Cook, Restaurant:
Pros: Work flexibility. Fun atmosphere. Plenty of hours. Great coworkers. Good food.
Cons: A few inconsiderate coworkers. Drama between shift crews. Food waste. Cleanliness with some coworkers.
January 2015
"Work hard."
Cook, Restaurant:
Be serious about your job.
January 2015
"What motivates an individuals action."
Cook, Restaurant:
Negative energy... Is wasted energy.
March 2015
"Positive work culture."
Cook, Restaurant:
Pros: I like positive work culture of other employees.