Chatham Bars Inn, Chatam, MA, GPA
Experience with agency GPA was positive.
All praise for the agency. Originally, I wanted to go to Alaska , however , after consultation with the employees of the agency, however, I decided to Cape Cod. They were there for everything I needed , they had an answer to every question , and especially I appreciate the fact that they were honest .
Experience with location Chatham, MA was positive.
The city is superb for those who want to work and earn . A lot of work, and not enough workers, you have another job for sure if you start looking for one right away. The place is small, made for old folks . It's quiet , safe, and nightlife is equal to 0 ( zero) ! There are two bars ( I worked in one of them ) who are working to 1h and that's it . There are J1 partyes , which to me personally have been a disaster. Beaches , lakes , nature in general is beautiful .
Experience with employer Chatham Bars Inn
Wage per hour : 6 Number of hours per week : Over 60 Average tip : 300 per week Frankly, I was not at all satisfied with the job . I specifically worked in the Stars - in , which is fine dinning restaurant in the CBI . We worked more (time ) than the others who were in the other restaurants , but we earned less than them. While other more or less ended up about 10 , 11h PM , we ended up at 00.30 , 01.00h AM . Even our servers crossed us for the first pay of $ 400 , but that's another story . I gave a positive assessment because the salary was good , however , more than I expected before coming to the USA . I managers were there to listen to us if nothing else , so that all in all was ok . Now, if you can , it is best to work as servers . They take most of the money and do the same or less than others. I on the other two jobs was a server, and for breakfast I was taking around $ 100-150 per day, and for the bigger ones 150 up to $ 600 !
This review represents personal opinion of Ivan who was participating Work & Travel program in year of 2015 with agency GPA, working at Chatham Bars Inn in Chatham, MA.
Aug 13, 2016