LongHorn Steakhouse Employee Reviews about "money"
69% would recommend to a friend
(421 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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- 1.0Jun 2, 2016ServerCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearSouthaven, MS
you make good money working a few days a week and it's really hard to get fired.
There is no team work or help. The managers don't really care about their employees or if they make money. The managers only seem to care about benefiting themselves, even if that means throwing someone else under the buss
- 2.0Oct 1, 2014Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 3 years
money was good and consitant
everyone out for themselves, no team work1
- 2.0Mar 2, 2016Certified Trainer, ServerFormer EmployeeMilledgeville, GA
Willing to work around my (college student) schedule. Make good money for the time put in considering the level of skill being a server takes is small.
Management was terrible when I worked there. Their concern was covering up mistakes or problems to look as good as possible to corporate. It's like trying to cover an elephant with a rug. Also, there were lots of inefficiency issues at the restaurant - too many menial tasks and other difficulties (15 servers trying to use the same drink machine, for instance) for servers to concentrate on serving their guests well.
- 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
- 4.0Dec 6, 2021Server/WaiterCurrent Employee
Great money and a very easy job
Customers can be awful and we have to give them a discount for everything. We also don't do automatic gratuity in large parties.
- 3.0Jan 25, 2023ServerFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsManhattan, KS
Longhorn Steakhouse was the perfect opportunity for me as a college student. They were very flexible with my school schedule and I made enough money to pay rent and chip away at my tuition.
Being a server may not be much physical labor, but the mental labor at this job was taxing on me.
- 3.0Aug 16, 2018ServerCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearVirginia Beach, VA
I've worked at two longhorns for the past two years. Here are some of my honest opinions. Pro: - When i first started, I was a super shy teenager fresh out of high school with social phobia. Working in an environment where you have no choice but to converse with people and deal with all types of people really helped me get out of my shy little bubble and start making friends and enjoy the company of other people. I can honestly say that I've made life long friends at the first location I've worked at. - When it gets busy, you make a lot of money. It's tipped based if you're a server, bartender, runner and host (host will get a small hourly + tips). Server professionals make hourly, but if you're a server doing that also, you wont make any money because the hourly goes to taxes. - winter shifts are the best depending on where you are located because of giant parties. - everyone has your back - very flexible schedule - great job to have if you're in school and you need to make extra money in a split second. all you have to do is pick up a shift and it's a guaranteed $50 - 200 (depending on the season and if it's lunch shift or dinner shift and location).
- there are coworkers that will never help you or make it a seriously tedious job. - my second location, the managers were terrible. They never do what you request them to, especially with scheduling. - if you aren't good at multi-tasking, then this isn't the job for you - if you can't deal with very annoying and angry customers, then this isn't the job for you. - a lot of people that work here need anger management. just breathe. - if you dont work, you wont make any money. so a lot of people work double shifts in one day up to 6 days a week, which gets tiring physically and mentally.1
- 2.0Dec 18, 2021Host and To-GoFormer Employee, more than 1 yearWarrington, PA
It was a good way to make decent money during the pandemic for a student.
The clientele was horrendous. As a 17yo female working here I would get cat-called, harassed, and cursed at at almost all of my shifts. Managers only seemed to care if it was bothering the customers. They would also never listen to time off requests or schedule changes.1
- 2.0May 23, 2023ServerCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearNewington, NH
Management was mostly supportive. Money was decent and it’s a good job to start with if you’re new to serving
Unfairness when it comes to side-work and treatment of newcomers vs veteran staff members who act like they run the restaurant while they barely do anything.