It is XIT WoodFire Grill's policy to hire only United States citizens and aliens who are authorized to work in this country. As required by law, employees will be required to provide original documents that establish this authorization within three (3) days of their date of hire. If the documents are not provided within the three (3) day period, we have no choice, under the law, but to terminate the employee until the appropriate documents are provided. Employees and employers are both required to complete a form furnished by the Department of Labor, form I-9. In Section 1 of form I-9, the information provided by the employee must be valid and authentic. If at any time during an employee's employment, it is discovered that any document used was invalid or not authentic, the employee must, by law, be immediately terminated.
XIT WoodFire Grill s an equal opportunity employer. We will not tolerate discrimination based on race, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, or disability. Employment decisions, such as hiring, promotion, compensation, training and discipline will be made only for legitimate business reasons based upon qualifications and other nondiscriminatory factors.
All servers and bartenders, as per the law, must be at least 18 years of age. Employees under the age of 18 must comply with all federal wage and hour guidelines, no exceptions. The required work permits much be supplied when applicable. Employees under the age of 18 are NOT ALLOWED to serve alcoholic beverages.
You have been through our employee selection process, have been selected for employment and appear to have the potential to develop into a successful employee. However, we want the opportunity to begin the training period, get to know you, see how you fit in with your co-workers and determine if you are willing and able to carry out the responsibilities for the position in which you were hired. It's also important for you to get to know us and become familiar with how we operate to find out if this job is for You. We, therefore, have a 30-day Orientation Period for that Purpose referred to above. The 30-Day Period allows both you and the Company to see whetheror not it's a Good Fit and if not part company. During the Orientation Period you will begin your training and be observed by management. Also, during this time if you feel you do not understand what's expected of you or that you need additional training, we encourage you to ask questions and seek additional help from our management staff.
To help you be successful in your job you will receive adequate training. You will not be expected to be on your own until you are ready. You will participate in detailed training programs and receive training materials to help you perform your job the right way. Your trainers are considered our "best" and have been certified to train for that position. We spend considerable time and money educating our trainers to prepare each new employee for their job. We want you to be a knowledgeable and productive member of our staff.
All employees receive written and verbal performance evaluations twice a year, in January and June. The evaluation process is intended to let you know how well you're performing and help you be more effective and productive. The evaluation also gives you the opportunity to share your thoughts about your performance and future goals with your manager.
The evaluation process is an opportunity to identify accomplishments and strengths as well openly discusses areas and goals for any improvement. Depending on your position and performance, you may be eligible for a pay increase. Pay increases are not guaranteed. Rewards are based solely on a person's job performance and results.
Schedules are prepared to meet the work demands of the restaurant. As the work demands change, management reserves the right to adjust working hours and shifts. Schedules are posted weekly on Fridays, ten (10) days before the week starting on Monday. Each employee is responsible for working his or her shifts.
You should arrive for your shift with enough time to make sure you're ready to work when your shift begins. We suggest that you arrive ten (10) to fifteen (15) minutes before your shift begins so that you have time to get settled and ready for your shift. You should clock in when your shift begins and be ready to start work immediately. Employees must enter and exit through the back door during business hours - not the front door.
Schedule changes may be allowed only if you find a replacement and get a manager's approval. To be valid, the manager must indicate and initial the change on the posted schedule. The restaurant usually requires high levels of staff on or around holidays, sporting and other special events. We understand that you have a life outside of the restaurant and will always try to find a way to work with you on your schedule requests. We do, however, ask you to remember just how crucial each position is to the proper functioning of the restaurant. Please remember that even though we will try to comply with your requests, there is no assurance that you will get the requested time off.
In accordance with Federal Minimum Wage Law, employees are paid overtime when they work more than 40 hours in one week. Hourly employees are paid at one and one-half times their basic straight time rate for all overtime hours worked. Tip credit will be factored into the hourly rate for tipped employees.