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Red Lobster

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  • Orlando, FL
  • 10000+ Employees
  • 1968
  • Company - Private
  • Restaurants & Cafes
  • $1 to $5 billion (USD)


In 1968 we opened the doors of the first Red Lobster. Since then, Red Lobster has grown to be the largest seafood restaurant company in the world- and we are just getting started! We have over 600 locations in North America, all corporate owned, including our Restaurant ...
Mission: At Red Lobster, we deliver on our promise to provide the 'ultimate' seafood dining experience to our guests.

We are enabled by our values of Respect, Integrity, Genuine Caring, Hospitality, Teamwork, Excellence and Fun.

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A Red Lobster commercial I just saw said their shrimp was FIRE! and babbled some more and said it was LIT! That’s all I need to hear! Me and the bros hitting that shiz asafp!!!



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"The Lobster"

Jun 2, 2023 - Prep/Line Cook


Well rounded and productive work environment


Overstaffed leads to hours being cut
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Red Lobster Interviews

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Applied online74%
In Person16%
Employee Referral6%

  1. Cashier Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Virginia Beach, VA
    Declined Offer
    Neutral Experience
    Easy Interview


    Red Lobster started by reaching out and giving me a very quick, fast, and not hard to do. The longest part was getting someone on the phone to answer my questions, then again?

    why do you want this job

    1 Answers

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Company Updates

January 29, 2019
For our team members, Red Lobster is more than just a job. We are a place where you can make lifelong connections with fellow team members and share all the benefits of working at Red Lobster with friends and family!
December 18, 2017

Red Lobster Awards & Accolades

  • America's Best Large EmployersForbes2023
  • Canada's Best EmployersForbes.com2016

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