There’s nothing more exciting — and possibly frightening — than stepping into the doors of a new restaurant on your first day of your new job or position.
You start with the jitters and think about all of the things you will learn, especially because you’re at a rapidly growing company with a ton of advancement opportunities. (Or so they told you on the ad and during the interview process.)
During orientation, the manager or owner runs through a list of policies and procedures that are necessary to follow as an employee of the company. They are all super reasonable. They even follow the same format as other restaurants, but there’s one policy that restaurant owners or operators always lead with…only to push to the side once you’ve been acclimated.
Here’s what they DON’T tell you about the open door policy. Click here to find out.