What is MyDISH for Darden restaurants?


My DiSH for Darden restaurants is a website that is exclusively for Darden restaurant employees. DiSH stands for Darden Information Super Highway. Employees may access a variety of online tools on the DiSH website, including messages, announcements and work schedules. The DiSH website requires a username and password to login and may be accessed anywhere a computer and Internet connection is available.

Darden employees' personalized DiSH home pages include a variety of information regarding their employment. They may read announcements from their managers and view birthdays and anniversaries in their restaurant. Time off requests may be entered through the DiSH website. Employees can also review general policies and procedures in place at their restaurant. Benefits may also be reviewed, such as medical plans and direct deposit information. If the employee is having a difficult time finding what she is looking for, a search bar is available. Help is accessible to troubleshoot any problems an employee might have with the DiSH website.

Darden is the world's largest company operating full service restaurants. As of 2014, their restaurants include Red Lobster, Olive Garden, LongHorn Steakhouse, Bahama Breeze, Seasons 52, The Capital Grille, Eddie V's and Yard House. Darden's annual sales top $8.5 billion.

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