What does a Busser do?
Bussers are responsible for providing a clean and pleasant dining experience by clearing, sanitizing, and resetting tables, and ensuring the dining room is well-stocked and tidy. The majority of bussers work at restaurants.
Bussers generally have a high school diploma or equivalent. Additionally, many bussers enhance their employability by getting a food handler certification card, which is obtained by taking a short course or program that covers food safety. The best bussers work well in a team environment and are comfortable working long hours on their feet.
Average Base Pay
“Management is one of the worse in any hospitality group I have ever worked for.”
“pay is not very good and bussing is not fun”
“Both good pay and sociable.”
“Very organized and good pay.”
“Had to work all holidays and I love my kids so that's the only down side.”
“Not applicable everyone is so nice”
“Good good good good good”
“weekly pay is nice”
Frequently asked questions about the role and responsibilities of a busser
When working as a busser, the most common skills you will need to perform your job and for career success are English, Interpersonal and Communication, Strong WORK Ethic, Job Descriptions and Confidence.
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