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47 English questions out of 47

September 30, 2022

What is paid time off like at Landry's?

Pros

• Stable job and industry • Cafeteria and gym were convenient • Employee discounts (even though you had to pay in) • Diverse exposure to several different accounting functions

Cons

• Dingy office space with depressing work culture • Barely passable employee benefits (Not PTO or sick/personal time for 6 months, once you do, it’s not very much) with terrible insurance options • No WFH options - M-F in office from 9-6pm with a 1 hr lunch break. If you’re sick or have to leave for something, you have to take an unpaid half day of work. • “Sink or Swim” training. They train you the first month but any attempts at getting help afterwards is like pulling teeth from management. • Intense month-end close periods. You’re immediately given a dozen restaurants and are just expected to know all the GM’s questions. It gets very stressful at times as a lot of them are not very friendly.

• Barely passable employee benefits (Not PTO or sick/personal time for 6 months, once you do, it’s not very much) with terrible insurance options

September 30, 2022

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August 31, 2022

Does Landry's offer family leave?

Pros

Learning environment We can make overtime Employee discount portal

Cons

No paid maternity leave Poor benefits Low salaries

Advice to Management

Organization

No paid maternity leave

August 31, 2022

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January 21, 2021

Does Landry's offer employee discounts?

Pros

A good place to get some early experience but not great for long term career growth. A good team with a relaxed working atmosphere (jeans and a polo). Some managers are great to work with.

Cons

You have too many managers and are more than likely going to have one that is not a good manager / communicator. Poor benefits package, expensive insurance, and you are charged for the employee discount. Not much career growth opportunity. Salary is absolutely on the low end of what you should be getting paid, this is just a place to get experience for a year or two at most.

Poor benefits package, expensive insurance, and you are charged for the employee discount.

January 21, 2021

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January 21, 2021

Does Landry's offer malpractice insurance?

Pros

A good place to get some early experience but not great for long term career growth. A good team with a relaxed working atmosphere (jeans and a polo). Some managers are great to work with.

Cons

You have too many managers and are more than likely going to have one that is not a good manager / communicator. Poor benefits package, expensive insurance, and you are charged for the employee discount. Not much career growth opportunity. Salary is absolutely on the low end of what you should be getting paid, this is just a place to get experience for a year or two at most.

Poor benefits package, expensive insurance, and you are charged for the employee discount.

January 21, 2021

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January 25, 2021

Does Landry's assist with or provide childcare?

Pros

Health care - just better than open market

Cons

Too much red tape Guest experience is negatively impacted by company asking for unattainable labor percentages to squeeze a penny instead of building loyal guests who will spend more often

Advice to Management

Listen to the boots on the ground, they know more about what is going in then the folks in the corner office

Health care

January 25, 2021

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