Position Overview


Your friendly, upbeat attitude... plus your serious desire for steady, full-time employment... may help you secure a job at George Webb.

Answers to Your Questions before You Apply

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What is George Webb?

George Webb started in Milwaukee and is well known to people all over our area. We have tasty, cooked-to-order, diner-style food.

What Positions Do You Have?

The position we are hiring for is “Server/Cook”. We teach you to handle both order taking and food preparation, and at times you'll handle both.

Do You Provide Full or Part Time Jobs?

We provide full-time jobs. Mainly five (5) days per week.You may occasionally have a four day week, and once in a while a six day week, and if so we pay time-and-a-half overtime over 40 hours.

What Shifts Do You Have?

We're open 24/7, so we have three shifts as follows:

  • 1st shift:  6 am-2 pm
  • 2nd shift:  2 pm-10 pm
  • 3rd shift: 10 pm-6 am

The shift you want is up to you.

How many People will I work with?

Given the small size of our restaurants, we only have a few people on duty as follows: On 1st shift from 2-4 people; on 2nd shift, it's 1 or 2 people; and on 3rd shift from 1-3. Only one person at a time? It can happen and then you get to keep all the tips and surcharges (explained below).

What Does the Job Consist of?

Friendly, immediate service to our customers and fast and efficient food preparation! We handle multiple customers simultaneously taking dine-in, and carryout orders. Then we prepare food orders quickly. Then clear and reset tables ready for the next customers. Additionally we wipe counters and equipment, do dishes, refill stock, and complete various shift duties using a checklist.

How Does the Schedule Work?

We prepare schedules weekly and text it to your phone. We rotate off-days so that everyone gets a variety of days off. We also try to group two off-days together as much as possible.

What are the Expectations During Training?

You will cook train for 5-6 days and serve train days for 3-4 days. Each day you must wear your complete uniform, arrive 10 minutes before the shift begins, listen to your trainer, and learn the job. If you are late or absent during training or fail to meet expectations, we will let you go without warning.

What is the Training Wage?

The training wage is minimum wage (presently $7.25 per hour). However, assuming you are not late, or absent and you are progressing as expected, we pay $10.00 per hour for your training hours. There are no tips or surcharges though during training as those are earned by the regular staff and it would not be fair to ask them to share those with a trainee. Then, immediately after training you'll fully share in the tips and surcharges.

What Will I Earn After Training?

Your compensation will be an hourly wage + tips & surcharges. (Surcharges are a service fee applied to carryout orders that flow to your paycheck). The average compensation with the hourly wage + tips & surcharges will range from $14-$20 per hour depending on the location and shift you choose.