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Food Server

Texas Roadhouse Fargo, ND +9 locations

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Texas Roadhouse Madison, WI +10 locations

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Texas Roadhouse Reviews

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Texas Roadhouse CEO W. Kent Taylor
W. Kent Taylor
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    Working for TRH was fun, but also a hassle.

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    Former Employee - Hostess in Pittsburgh, PA
    Former Employee - Hostess in Pittsburgh, PA

    I worked at Texas Roadhouse part-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    The coworkers were great, sometimes. The free peanuts and bread were great as well. I learned a lot about working in a restaurant and got experience with people.

    Cons

    Well. Doing 100+ peanut bags, rolling silverware, getting yelled at by servers, having to carry dishes over my head, and the coworkers. I felt like it was highschool. Managers favorited the tall skinny tan servers and it was so hard to move up in the company. I never once got a break working there. And also a few days before I left for college I was scheduled 3 days in a row up until I left to for 8-10 hour shifts with NO break. I called off the three days in order to pack for school and they threatened to call my current employer and say "how bad I am" where now I'm one of the top servers.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Don't treat your employees like slaves. Give them at least a 15 minutes break because that's the LEGAL thing to do. Also, let employees move up when they're ready. Lastly, don't let managers favor certain employees.

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