Maggianos Corporate Office Headquarters

Maggianos Corporate Office Headquarters HQ
Maggiano’s Little Italy a division of Brinker International, Inc.
6820 LBJ Freeway
Dallas, TX 75240 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-972-980-9917
Fax Number: 1-972-770-9593
Customer Service Number: 1-800-983-4637




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  1. Abuse of power in the workplace
    Workplace bullying can negatively affect an employee's work performance, home life, and health. Seventy-one percent of bullies are bosses. What constitutes an abusive boss, and what can employees who are abused do to correct their harmful working conditions? This article lists different types of abusive bosses and offers tips for combating the abuse.
    What constitutes an abusive boss, and how do you deal with one? If you're a boss, do you exhibit any of these behaviors?
    Portrait of an Abusive Boss
    According to the Workplace Bullying Institute (WBI), in the workplace, slightly more than half of all bullies (58 percent) are women. Half of all bullying is woman-to-woman. Women comprise 80 percent of targets. The vast majority of bullies (71 percent) are bosses.
    In "How to deal with a difficult boss,"Tristan Loo wrote: "Difficult supervisors vary in personality from being a little pushy or rude, all the way to being downright abusive."
    "Dealing with an abusive boss,"by Gerri Willis, stated that there are all kinds of abusive bosses and noted that the WBI groups them into separate categories:
    Constant critics, who use put-downs, insults, and name-calling. They also may use aggressive eye contact to intimidate.
    Two-headed snakes, who pretend to be nice while trying to sabotage you.
    Gatekeepers—control freaks who allocate time, money, and staffing to ensure their target's failure and ultimately want to control your ability to network in the company or to let your star shine.
    Screaming mimis, who are emotionally out of control and explosive.
    I'd like to add two categories of subtle abusers to the list: flip-flopsand ghosts.
    Flip-flops are inconsistent in their direction and management style. Working for a flip-flop, you may never know from one minute to the next how to proceed with a project. For example, one moment you are directed to proceed on your own, and the next you are asked why you did so.
    Flip-flops foster a "damned if you do and damned if you don't" environment that stifles initiative, creativity, and productivity.
    Ghosts are supervisors who are seen so seldom that workers wonder if they really exist. You know the type. You leave voice mail messages and send e-mails requesting a meeting and never get a response, or sometimes you'll get "I'll catch up with you next week," which turns into months.
    Ghosts may totally ignore employees' questions and concerns or put them off by being too busy to get around to dealing with them. Yes, managers have to prioritize and allocate limited time and resources, but meeting and communicating with those who report to them should be a priority.
    Prevalence
    The ELA poll found that more than half of U.S. workers have been the victim of or heard about supervisors or employers behaving abusively by making sarcastic jokes and teasing remarks; rudely interrupting; publicly criticizing; giving dirty looks to or yelling at subordinates; or ignoring them as if they were invisible.
    Sixty-four percent of respondents said that they believe an abused worker should have the right to sue to recover damages.

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  2. NEVER, NEVER GO TO MAGGIANO'S TYSONS. THE WAITER LIED ABOUT THE BILL, AND THEY REFUSED TO CORRECT IT.

    RIP OFF.

    RIP OFF.

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  3. I have changed my mind regarding the dirty silverware complaint I made earlier today for the Chilis at Village Crossing, Skokie, IL....I have decided to put in a complaint to the local Health Department and let them shake you up. Sorry, but what must be, must be. Dirty silverware is not a good sign that the restaurant is being run properly for the good health of all of the customers. There are a lot of children that eat there. Someone WILL get sick if they haven't already. There is that Stomach Bug and God knows what else going around. Why wait until someone gets sick unless the Corporate Office likes law suits! How will I know if you did anything at all to correct the situation?

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  4. My boyfriend works at the Tysons Corner location. This morning he was let go due Dave a cation he was told by management was Approved. He could not get into access is hot schedule and block his days off so he was scheduled when he wasn't supposed to be. Management was going to take care of it and somehow there was a miscommunication. When he got back and showed up for work in the morning they fired him Which is absolutely ridiculous you don't tell somebody they can go on vacation and then fire them when they get back due to management not being able to communicate. He had done a lot to help improve that location. When he got there the bar was a mess no beef or procedure and the employees were stealing. Not only did he find a way to help stop these problems and sold them But he also figured out a way to generate revenue in a more efficient way and increased sales. He was fantastic it customer service love by all the regulars and I don't think most of them will come back after they learn what happened X

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  5. Have been going to Maggiano's St. Louis Mo since they opened here ...has gone from great to not so great. My fave used to be eggplant parm...the sauce was the worst! Tasted like a jar sauce loaded w/ way too much oregano. Also, couldn't even find the eggplant because of the excess amount of sauce. Consistency is key my friends, get back to basics. Also, are you in cahoots w/ the drug companies selling meds for high blood pressure? What is w/ the insane amount of salt used in your food?!?! No one needs/wants that much sodium in their food . This was a very unpleasant dining experience for my dad & me. Thank God you haven't ruined the chopped salad...yet.

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