Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Outback Steakhouse
- Server (51)
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- Server/Bartender (4)
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- Server/Waitress (2)
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- Operations (1)
- Key (1)
- Front of House Manager (1)
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- Service Tech/Regional Training Manager (1)
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- Laid-back, Positive Interview (1)
- Assistant Front of House Manager (1)
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1 day – interviewed at Outback Steakhouse (Memphis, TN) in May 2008.
I walked in to the restaurant, asked if they were accepting applications, and was hired on the spot. I had to take a personality test, which asked common sense questions and was extremely easy. The second portion consisted of a math test; again very easy. Lastly, I had to take a menu test. While it wasn't hard, it was a lot of information to memorize. I'd say I spent about an hour or two studying for it, so be prepared for it.
- Why did you leave your last job? 1 Answer
Absolutely no negotiation. You make $2.13 an hour.
Other Interview Reviews for Outback Steakhouse
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I applied through an employee referral – interviewed at Outback Steakhouse.
Back in the good ole days us boys filled out applications. Now days it's mostly done online. If you get a call back you can be prepared for an in person interview, followed by a menu test, liquor test, and possibly a competency test. I don't know if the competency test is still employed anymore.
- Use your common sense; if they ask what you would do if someone dropped plates on the ground, tell them you would help clean them up. Every time someone fails a question like this, I die on the inside a little. Answer Question
There is no negotiation. Just the hope that your base pay covers your taxes at years end.