"I have worked for Buffalo Wild Wings since 2007 and they are a great company with job stability. Your development was important to all of your direct reports and offered multiple opportunities for it."
"I enjoy working around others because I like to make it an essential task that I will be working with them every week. I trained people on the merit of how to work efficiently and make them think that they have the power to make their hard work standout."
"I've worked for Buffalo Wild Wings since 2017 and have loved it every day. The work environment is laid back, you get the freedom to be your own person and no one micromanages. What I love the most is that whenever I want to learn something new my supervisors are always willing to take the time to sit down with me and let me ask questions or go over things with me. My supervisor knows I love making websites and even took the time to set up a meeting with the e-commerce guy that manages the Buffalo Wild Wings website in order for me to gain insight into what he does since I'm in a different position. It's a close-knit environment and it's really nice that I can go up to anyone for any questions and everyone is always willing to help."
"I have worked with Buffalo Wild Wings for over 10 years now, with experience from new store openings, in house training of over 150 staff. The company has grown itself from one restaurant into one of America’s largest and most loved franchise. With over 1100 stores there is only room for growth and success to come !"
"I've worked for Buffalo Wild Wings for years. It is a great place to work but very little room for advancement. The pay is great and the people are even better."
"Great place to work. But, there is no room to move up and not compensated for all the hard extra work and hours put in."
"I have been at the West Nashville Buffalo Wild Wings for only six months but the environment is the best of all restaurants I've worked at and been a customer at. All of the managers including the GM are easily approachable. Being a server and bartender, of course, some shifts can be slower/make less than others. Besides that, I would highly recommend working here."
"I've worked for Buffalo Wild Wings since 2013. The company has grown to be one of the most popular sports bars in many states. It provides guests with a wonderful, energetic environment for the perfect game day experience."
"Buffalo is a tough, fast moving, and often rough but the relationships you can build with co-workers and reoccurring customers is very rewarding."
"A complete chaotic mess, been through 4 managers in 6 weeks. It's like being in high school all over again. No qualified leadership whatsoever. Burn through employees like Pringles potato chips. It's no wonder this place had to be shut down over the summer, question is why? Nothing has changed. Egos take priority over customer service, speaking of, no one knows the first thing about customer service, constant unreliability and pure greed by people who will never know anything after this job, except these words, "You want that super sized or something?""
"Good when I first started, bad when I left. Managers never recognized me for the good I did for the company, the General and the Assistant often showed favoritism, I liked my kitchen manager but he wasn't the best scheduler, (I like you dude, but I gotta be honest) but he was awesome and caring. Good pay, but manager cut my schedule for 3 months so I was struggling to pay my bills. Great coworkers, the FOH were the best to get along with. No opportunity to grow."
"Very poor compensation. New employees who did not work, and waited the clock out were paid the same as employees who headed the entire kitchen. Many tools were broken and were never replaced in a timely manner if ever. Little to no opportunity to move up."
"I have worked at Buffalo Wild Wings for a little over a year, and have found it both frustrating and enjoyable. It is challenging due to the guests in this particular area, but overall, it's easy money, I work with great people, and it's convenient."
"Several franchises run family business= very different work environment and treatment of employees. Three members in charge. Inconsistent extremes of expectations with intimidation often used. Centered on family profit. Place with reputation being an environment most did not want to work at. Few core favoritism veteran employees are valued but majority are fired, quit, or looking. Respected and appreciated employees at other area restaurants have said that family is not good to work for."
"Buffalo Wild Wings is a great company to work for that positions its employees to grow within or outside the company with its transparent business practices."
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