Guapo's Tortilla Shack

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  • Hmmm ... what to say ... May 25, 2017. my first working day in the restaurant, the manager (Serb) and I alone... we cook food, he introduces me slowly in my part of job, tells me what my obligations are every day. Everything works great, the manager is our man, however, as the time took off I began to fall into the problems for the managers in which the bosses were full of confidence, in order to be in front of the edge of the cancellation and change of work .. when it was already impossible to run out all the pressures I had to personally turn to the bosses and to try to solve my problem in the restaurant because of our citizen who worked as a manager. After the conversation, the bosses accepted me as their friend and rewarded me with the increase in the salary and giving more working hours hours during the week ... Shortly after my conversation, the manager gets fired and things go for better, everyone is increasing in hours, bosses no longer stay in the restaurant, there are no tensions at work, and always be some party in the evening. :) As for overtime payments, very few employers pay 150%. In Guapos, we had two options, to accept overtime to pay us by hand at a regular hour + and pay off at $ 10, $ 20, or accept that they pay 150% on check. Most of us accepted it on our hands and therefore we had 70+ hours a week, while those who accepted 150% had only promised 32h or 40h. As far as profit is concerned, it all depends on the person to the person, how it is who it is. :) After the program, I continued to contact the bosses and other employees and the bosses expressed their wish to return and next year to be part of their team, which I will do. :)

  • Hours: 5 Number of hours per week: 22 Average tip: 25 Because when we did not have a job, we washed the dishes, scrubbed the kitchen and everything else. From May 18 to June 20 I worked about 22 hours a pen in the contract is 40. They have not complied, they gave me and, multiple shifts and could not do another job. I decided to quit and find another job. Colleagues told me of a bakery, I went there and the man I initially given 40 hours and got me the papers for sponsorship agency. I found another job through, I was busser in a restaurant in the main street. I've done exactly what was my job to constantly pour any water and clean away dirty dishes from the tables. Nobody forced me to fish or anything if you do not have a job to do something else. Otherwise the restaurant was very busy and people were waiting for two hours for a table. Tips was excellent even three times higher than in Guapos. The third job I worked at TJMaxx in. Hmm, in that boutique I bought clothes and gifts for mine. I worked in the area where the cabins. I've been giving people numbers and operations sorted clothes at department, whether it's junior, woman or kids. The fourth job I once again found itself on craiglist cleaning up the house on Saturdays. For three hours that I earned $ 50 and there was a lot to be clean, a little dust, vacuum in the center of the bathroom and that's it. All in all I am satisfied with the profit, I spent a lot of money on gifts, I bought a good phone but I also returned some money. From late June to late September, I worked every day for 14 hours, sometimes 16 and sometimes only 8 hours (eg in September). Everyone could make good money if he is prepared to work all day and not be consumed. I had food in the bakery and restaurant so that I did not poured money and food is too expensive. It's been a wonderful year for me and of course I'm going back to the year 2015

  • Hours: 10 $ Number of hours per week in high season and 40 , at the beginning and end of the 20 Average payoff : 15 $ Hostess welcomes guests, leading them to the table and given menus, keep a waiting list, taking reservations, cashier receives phone orders, billing them at the cash register; making sandwiches is clear :D

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