Legal Sea Foods Server Jobs & Careers

Hiring? Post a Job
6 job openings Back to all jobs

Show:  All Results Last 7 Days
13 days ago

Prep Cook

Legal Sea Foods Warwick, RI +2 locations

Positions available for Experienced Line Cooks, Prep Cooks, Grill Cooks and Saute Cooks (apply under Line Cook) at Legal Sea Foods Warwick, RI! All… ShiftGig.com


13 days ago

Line Cook

Legal Sea Foods Warwick, RI +2 locations

Positions available for Experienced Line Cooks, Prep Cooks, Grill Cooks and Saute Cooks (apply under Line Cook) at Legal Sea Foods Warwick, RI! All… ShiftGig.com


30+ days ago

Server

Legal Sea Foods Boston, MA

About Legal Harborside: Legal Harborside, a flagship location for Legal Sea Foods, in the iconic waterfront space formerly inhabited by Jimmy's… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Host/Hostess Associate

Legal Sea Foods Boston, MA

About Legal Harborside: Legal Harborside, a flagship location for Legal Sea Foods, in the iconic waterfront space formerly inhabited by Jimmy's… Glassdoor


Legal Sea Foods Photos

View from the parking lot of the Legal Sea Foods' Quality Control Center and corporate headquarter office located in Boston, MA (Photo by Coolcaesar - available under CC-BY-NC-SA 3.0 & GFDL, v1.75)

+ Add Photo

Legal Sea Foods Reviews

57 Reviews
3.1
57 Reviews
Rating Trends

Recommend to a friend
Approve of CEO
Legal Sea Foods President and CEO Roger S. Berkowitz
Roger S. Berkowitz
30 Ratings
  1. 1 person found this helpful  

    Lucrative, but Personally Draining

    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Legal Sea Foods

    Pros

    This is a great place to work at if you're looking to make quick cash. The educational program is excellent; I've learned a lot about food, wine, fish, and hospitality. Employee meals are a great perk .

    Cons

    Work/life balance is poor. I actually enjoy working with management, but the general manager is tough to work with, as he is intense and unapproachable. He lives and breathes Legal's and expects the same from employees, which is unrealistic for students and people with families. He cracks the whip on managers below him, forcing them to be a lot harder on employees than I can tell they'd like to be. He definitely has his favorites and gives them unfair advantages (placing them in good sections of restaurant, being more lenient on server errors, etc.); this is especially frustrating to witness.

    If you work full-time, prepare to work multiple doubles in a row and risk your sanity. You have to fight for your breaks. There have been plenty of times where the restaurant was so busy that I wasn't be able to eat or rest for even 10 minutes, and management would get annoyed if I pressed for a break. "Return of Guest" is everything to management, but they forget that employee morale is a crucial factor of it. Most of my coworkers are unhappy and complain daily. By the end of the day (or night), we're just looking to make our cash and get out.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Treat employees with equal respect, and understand that intense management puts employees on edge and diminishes performance.