Hard Rock, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, AYUSA
Experience with agency AYUSA was negative.
Their relationship from the start with new faces , because all the time occupied attitude that students should know all about the work and travel program. Negligence in prescribing a date for the working license, because I am convinced that their irresponsibility led to the later start to work . They were not sufficiently up to date. It has been said that a particular person would be in the office during the year , I sent the mail , the response I received after returning to Serbia and to the left of the very person. I heard that the most expensive of all agencies engaged in this program. Menu is still not clear what amount I paid to those who gave them before leaving.
Experience with location Myrtle Beach, SC was neutral.
A job I could find , I even changed 5 jobs , until I came to a constant 3 , which I did, but that did not help to make money , because the place was almost empty, season practically did not exist and very important thing is that people who went there mainly have left very good reason for this tip is a social stock. So it's not a place where rich people go , which is very important because in America living from tips.
Experience with employer Hard Rock Cafe
Hours : 7,50 $ Number of hours per week : 20 Average payoff : 30 $ Whatever you do run away from the Hard Rock , employing a lot of students . As there were no people and therefore not work, we could not have a sufficient number of working hours . Small tips of these few people shared a lot of people , it is clear that he was quite miserable . It is this restaurant where employees pay food, unless you work in the kitchen as a dishwasher.
This review represents personal opinion of Vera Tejić who was participating Work & Travel program in year of 2014 with agency AYUSA, working at Hard Rock Cafe in Myrtle Beach, SC.
Aug 6, 2016