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The Over/Under Bar & Grill

Employee Policies and Procedures Handbook

Management: Proprietor/General Manager Brian McAfee FOH Manager Shamus Bair FOH Manager Mike Wines Executive Chef Jeremy Curnel

Location:
911 Washington Avenue
Saint Louis, MO 63101
P -314-621-8881
F -314-621-8887

Kitchen Hours:
Monday-Thursday 11am-10pm
Friday & Saturday 11am-11pm Sunday 11am-9pm Late Night Menu (Fri & Sat) 11pm-1am

Forms of Payment:
Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, Cash, Travelers Checks, Over/Under Gift Certificates

NON-DISCRIMINATORY WORKPLACE
The Over/Under Bar and Grill is 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.

WORKING RELATIONSHIP
Missouri follows the Employment-At-Will doctrine. This means that both the employer and employee can terminate the employment relationship at any time and for any reason, as long as there is no employment contract to the contrary, there is no discrimination under civil rights laws (based on race, color, age, national origin, religion, ancestry, sex, or physician/mental disability), no merit laws apply, or the state’s limited public policy exception does not apply.

EXAMPLES OF, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, CONDUCT RESULTING IN IMMEDIATE TERMINATION
• Failure to follow management instructions or guidelines
• Rudeness to guests
• Poor or inattentive service
• Failure…...

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