My #1 company, work a lot for them and they do pay a fee, plus reports are very doable, more about service than food, have gotten a 10 for the past 10 years, reports are a bit long and detailed, but not difficult and they send you a review breaking down all aspects. They also help when trouble strikes, as I remember a bar job where things went sideways, and they were the best, actually calling to figure out what to do......
I'd never compare them to Bare, so much better to work for.
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About the easiest dining shops I've ever done. Both the bar and dining-room decoy shops have a fee in addition to reimbursement. Those seem to be hard to fill around here, so they are often bonused. I got a bonus equal to the feel last time, so the reimbursement pretty much covered everything. I think the take-out shops are the only ones that are reimbursement-only. Too bad the closest one to me is 22 miles, or I'd do a lot more of them!
I learn something new every day, but not everyday!
I've learned to never trust spell-check or my phone's auto-fill feature.
The shop I do is in a food mall and I eat there and take notes. But it is very easy , all a person has to do is read the instructions and take notes of names and the food and how the employees react. I always get a good grade. and the food is great. All shops may not be the same food but its the only shop near me so I may never find out.
They're never bonused here because they fly off the board. Completely worth it, and the one I do with the kidlet has great food. The shop itself takes <30 mins, then a free dinner, and a short report. Easy peasy.
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