The first Golden Corral restaurant opened in Fayetteville, North Carolina in 1973. Well known as its buffet and grill, Golden Corral becomes an American family restaurant business with hundreds of locations across the United States within nearly forty years. Golden Corral features offering real, wholesome foods with an abundant variety of delicious familiar favorites and continuous new menu adding to breakfast, lunch and dinner in a family-friendly atmosphere at a great value. Pleasurable and delicious dining affordable for every guest along with outstanding hospitality provided by all the men and women working in Golden Corral is the key of its success. In need of large quantity and quality people, Golden Corral offers a variety of positions with good growth potential to all qualified and talented people from all over the world!
Minimum age to work at Golden Corral is 16 years old.
Lunch and Dinner: 11:00am - 10:00pm
Saturday Breakfast: 7:30am - 11:00am
Sunday Breakfast: 7:30am - 11:00am
All Golden Corral Restaurants are open 7 days a week at a general rule. All Golden Corral's are closed Christmas Day. Please call your local Golden Corral for special Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve hours.
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Golden Corral possesses a team of high quality to deliver tasty and healthy foods at the best price, as well as the best service. Golden Corral offers as much resources as possible including exceptional people and all the tools to motivated employees. For the qualified people regardless of your background and culture, or at what level you're looking for a career, Golden Corral is the best fit for you. So, welcome to Golden Corral, join one of America’s truly great restaurant companies and work with the best team now!
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Golden Corral has achieved great success with nearly 500 restaurants in more than 40 states since it foundation. The big success of Golden Corral should be contributed to each of the people working for Golden Corral with great sincerity and efforts. That’s why Golden Corral takes its people very seriously. Golden Corral offers support to employees with ambitions to succeed, as well as comprehensive and competitive benefits package for employees to take good care of themselves and plan their future in a long run. Benefits offerings may vary among franchises. The standard benefits offered by Golden Corral are as follows:
Health & Wellness Benefits: Golden Corral provides all eligible employees with comprehensive and company-paid Health & Wellness Benefits, including Medical/Hospital Insurance, Prescription Drug Program, Dental Plan, Short- and Long-Term Disability Insurance, etc.
Life Insurance: All eligible Golden Corral employees and their dependents can enjoy company-paid life insurance, as well as supplemental and portable insurance.
Retirement Benefits: Golden Corral benefits its employees through Tax-deferred Golden Retirement Income Plan.
Vacation: Employees with 1-5 years of service can enjoy 2 weeks paid vacation time. The longer you work for Golden Corral, the longer paid vacation time you deserve to a maximum of 4 weeks only when you have 15 years or longer length of service.
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