The Cheesecake Factory was voted 2014 & 2015 Fortune 100 Best Companies to work for.
In the late 1950’s Evelyn Overton started a bakery shop in Michigan specializing in their cheesecake. The initial establishment of the Cheesecake Factory was a proprietor of solely bakery products. Not until 1978 did Overton expand to California where it started selling salads and sandwiches. This was the beginning of an international franchise restaurant. The Cheesecake Factory currently operates 136 restaurants in the United States as well as 20 more internationally.
Signature Menu Item: Cheesecake and other Baked Goods Products The Cheesecake Factory has a versatile set of common career options:You must be 18 years or older for the following positions
Server: The server is like a typical restaurant waiter/waitress who takes the order of the customer as well as aid in food serving.
Food Server: Similar to the regular server, the food server specifically brings the ordered food to the customer.
Host: The host introduces the customer as well as bring them to the table that they have prepared.
Baker: The baker works in the back of the restaurant prepares both the baked goods and the other entrees and appetizers.The Cheesecake Factory also provides career opportunities in both bakery and restaurant management. Average Annual Salary: 53,991
Benefits vary from staff member to staff member; some staff members receive no benefits.
The potential benefits for working at the Cheesecake Factory depending on your position are as follows:
- 2 weeks vacation
- Savings account
- Flexible schedule
Working at the Cheesecake Factory provides tip paid workers an incentive to work to their full potential to receive better pay. Raises and even possible promotions are available to workers at the Cheesecake Factory.
General managers at the Cheesecake Factory are given a BMW so work your butt off and you can work your way up the ladder.
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