Overall Reviews at T.G.I Fridays
Shift Leader | Atlanta, GA | Nov 12, 2019
A very fast paced establishment that was demanding with great customer service skills
My resume gives more detailed information on my review while I worked at TGIFridays. My attached resume will list my prior experiences in more detail and significant accomplishments that are in alignment with this profession. My typical work day consisted of me managing or training new employee the Jackmont hospitality way to better our sales and company.
Assistant General Manager | Long Beach, CA | Nov 3, 2019
Had a lot of fun over the past 10 years. was able to climb corporate ladder fast and efficiently. Franchise is looking to downsize currently and only a small number of locations will exist
Training Manager | Mankato, MN | May 19, 2018
The company in and of itself was fantastic to work for. The GM that was there limited our ability to grow people and train them properly to ensure a successful operation.
Assistant General Manager | Fargo, ND | Jul 26, 2018
Hard working team members
Working here is tough work and I liked the long hours and the team we had. The management was just a bit lazy and made it hard for me to and my team to keep our standards high.
Bartender | Cincinnati, OH | Jan 8, 2020
Good work environment. Hardest part is dealing with large parties. Busy weekends. Good managers. Location did close down. Good money. Good people to work with
Kitchen Assistant | Hamden, CT | Mar 9, 2019
Pretty good company to work for
discounts on employee and family meals, paid time off, benefits for fulltime employees, Back of the house was very close like a family environment. Good place to work
Hospitality Manager | New York, NY | Oct 24, 2018
Loved the staff, hated the menu.
Endless appetizers were the worst thing Ive ever seen happen to a kitchen and wait staff. It was a way to tell us that it was ok for us to work ten times harder for much less money. It crashed the kitchen endlessly, made servers RUN as fast as they could and all for less actual money in the servers pockets or much more work for the same amount of money in the kitchen staffs pockets. I understand the appeal to the clientele but it ruined the flow of the food and every tables experience. Who wants a 40 minute appetizer but a five minute steak? It forced the staff to eventually become nothing but professional apologizers.
Beverage Server | Fredericksburg, VA | May 11, 2019
fast paced movement
Overall it is not a bad place to work and has high potential to start a career there. However there is a lot of movement at all times, if you don't want to put forth the effort to be great this is not the job for you.
Pros50% off shift meals
Sales Representative | Kendall, FL | Feb 20, 2019
Productive and fun place to work/
Very engaged from start until the end of the shift.
Great culture of respect,training and development.
Communication between upper management and managers.
Bar Manager | Memphis, TN | Jul 24, 2018
A great place to work if your working for corporate TGI.
If you work for a corporate store, the pay and benefits are excellent. If you work for a franchise, both decline considerably. I worked for both, and corporate is the way to go.
ProsPay and benifits if your with a corporate store
ConsQuality of Life