LongHorn Steakhouse Employee Reviews about "benefit"
69% would recommend to a friend
(262 total reviews)
83% approve of CEO
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- "Poor management and constantly making scheduling issues" (in 195 reviews)
- "The other employees all feel entitled to be a boss and managers do nothing about it." (in 108 reviews)
- "Management showed clear favoritism and was not consistent in how they disciplined or executed regulations." (in 26 reviews)
- "Time off management and free food" (in 12 reviews)
- "Favorites are abundant, typically employees who stand around doing nothing (talking to managers)" (in 11 reviews)
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Updated Dec 4, 2023
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- 4.0Nov 15, 2022Restaurant ManagerCurrent Employee
Benefits Pay This company will provide so many benefits that will allow you to make this a career
You're running a restaurant, it's going to be stressful. Quality of life can be an option but not likely.
- 5.0May 30, 2018Server Assistant (Host)Current Employee, less than 1 yearSouthern Pines, NC
-Longhorn Steakhouse is a great place to work especially as a server assistant (host) -The atmosphere is very friendly, welcoming, and positive -Being a host your responsible for greeting guests, seating the guests, and clearing tables for the servers sometime -In all Longhorn Steak house also have many benefits and you also get paid weekly including tip share -
-As being a Host sometimes the servers think that your're a bus boy which isn't the case because your assisting them with cleaning there tables
- 4.0Oct 11, 2023ServerCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearHarrisonburg, VA
They will listen to what you have to say and you get a good amount of benefits.
You won't move up super fast. The training is also questionable.
- 3.0Oct 19, 2015Line CookCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearToledo, OH
The pay is decent. We are very busy so time goes quickly. It is weekly pay. They offer good benefits and 401k plus investment options.
There is no respect or communication between the front and back of house. Management does not anticipate business and sends people home while still in a rush. Just to leave the rest of the people to pick up the extra work. Then they push you to get everything done in a short time to watch labor.1
- 4.0Nov 13, 2022Prep CookFormer Employee, more than 1 yearMentor, OH
Decent compensation and benefits for the industry standard.
You’re working in an industry that desperately needs an overhaul in baseline compensation for its employees. Wages and/or benefits need raised so understaffing isn’t a constant issue that leaves remaining staff over worked.
- 5.0Nov 11, 2022BartenderFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsSnellville, GA
Love the people, and the management is great! Any Darden sub-company is a great company to work for, they usually have great training and opportunities for growth. The work load is moderately intense, you manage a fairly high volume bar (depending on location), plus 3 to 6 tables (booths & party tables), so there's a lot of financial opportunity, depending on your client retention and bar skills. An amazing place to work, especially for those in college. They have fun programs and great benefits if you work full-time. They definitely took care of me during the pandemic as well, for which I am forever grateful, and they do care about the employees. Work there, do your best everyday, and you will see great reward.
At Longhorn specifically, you are expected to clean 150+ bar glasses for the entire restaurant BY HAND on rotation, which takes time away from being productive at the bar and definitely after work clean up. I think that was definitely the most frustrating part of working there. The bar tip out was a bit confusing as well, I believe you get like less than 1% of the liquor sales made by the waitstaff for that shift (not your own sales), unlike other places where tip out is at least 10% - 18% per waiter/waitress.
- 5.0Nov 15, 2017ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsSan Antonio, TX
There are great benefits from this company and care about their people
There could be more opportunities to advance
- 4.0Jul 22, 2016Server/BartenderCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsTampa, FL
Flexible hours 1/2 off on food when working also 2 free sides per shift
Money can be good one day and then bad another but that's just the serving biz Not many benefits unless you are serving ful time and plan on doing that for a while
- 4.0May 9, 2022ServerFormer Employee, more than 1 yearOrlando, FL
Longhorn has great benefits and there is room to grow
They aren't open late. I wish they were open later so i can make more money