LongHorn Steakhouse Employee Reviews about "pay"
69% would recommend to a friend
(368 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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Found 368 of over 2K reviews
Updated Dec 4, 2023
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- 3.0Sep 24, 2016Serving AssistantFormer Employee, less than 1 yearEllijay, GA
Great coworkers, good pay, fantastic training and company organization. Good communication and willing to work with everyone's schedules to accommodate for kids, school, etc
Pay not equal to the labor and all the skills needed for being a serving Assistant. It's more worth it to be a server because it's just less crap to deal with.
- 3.0Apr 30, 2021Grill CookFormer Employee, less than 1 yearAllen Park, MI
Weekly pay check.. Flexible hours
Average pay.. Have to work 60+ hours/ week to make a decent pay check
- 3.0Jun 19, 2017Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
I loved the fast-paced environment, and of course, the food!
The pay; and if you're too good at your job they will NOT give you the opportunity to move up.
- 4.0Oct 22, 2015ServerFormer EmployeeMyrtle Beach, SC
Great company & brand recognition. Great teamwork atmosphere in each restaurant. Employer match of up to 120% of 6% of pay in 401k depending on the quarterly results of the company.
Rough work/life balance, some employees lacking in critical skills necessary to the job
- 5.0Aug 31, 2021Server/BartenderCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
Good food Easily move up Good discounts Great atmosphere
Sometimes long hours Rude customers Pay not great when business is slow
- 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.
- 2.0Dec 3, 2015Grill CookFormer EmployeePittsburgh, PA
Decent pay for the industry considering most companies don't pay that much to work in a kitchen. Provide your uniforms.
Managers don't care about your requests off most of the time especially the one I worked at because we were always short staffed. Long shifts usually like 10 hours and benefits are so expensive1
- 5.0Aug 1, 2021Server/WaiterCurrent EmployeeLexington, NC
Greta owner, great schedule, I made awesome money!! Once you know what you are doing and learn to manage your time wisely and actually show yourself and that you WANT your customers there, you will make a lot of money. I averaged between $35-$50 an hour. If you go in and look slumpy, don't smile, act fake, don't do your job like I see a lot of the servers do, you wont make crap and you will complain because of it when it is your own fault. Servers who know what they are doing will make more than someone who goes to college and earns a degree, which i know some degrees don't pay anyway. But serving you can make enough money to pay all of your bills and only work 4 nights a week.
You will get crappy tables sometimes and wonder where these people came from.