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Fast Money
Server (Former Employee), Memphis, tnApril 18, 2014
Pros: free lunch sometimes
Cons: long hours
Fast money and long hours. Very little room for advancement
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Currently rebranding itself
Service Manager (Former Employee), Reynoldsburg, OHApril 17, 2014
Currently rebranding itself. Numerous critical structure changes.
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A great company to work
Cook/Team Leader (Former Employee), Laredo, TXApril 16, 2014
Got to learn many aspects of the restaurant business. Had a great team, the management were very supportive.
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Too much work, unreliable hours, awful management. Not enough tips!
Server (Current Employee), Baton Rouge, LAApril 15, 2014
Pros: awesome people, lots of free food
Cons: late hours, slow business, ton of side work
When I started at Logan's I really liked it. But, after a while management changed. And, the whole environment changed. We're never stocked. We always run out of dumb stuff. Like, coke, or to go boxes, or steaks. Really dumb stuff. And, the restaurant is just dirty and unorganized. I love the other servers! But, I'm quitting soon because it's a really – more... bad place to work. I'm sad though. I'm gonna miss all of my friends. :( – less
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Difficult place to work
Hostess (Former Employee), Bessemer, ALApril 14, 2014
I learned good customer service skills as well as leadership skills, though this was mainly due to the high levels of stress among both employees and clientele. Co-workers were friendly and fun, but struggled to do their job duties and management had a hard time keeping things running smoothly. The hardest part of the job was keeping up the pace of – more... the business flow. – less
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An amazing place to enjoy my work.
BARTENDER (Current Employee), Lufkin TexasApril 6, 2014
A typical day a work would be having fun at the peanut factory while building relationships and serving great food.
I have learned how to coexisted and make magic happen with servers, bartenders, and managers of different calibers.
The hardest part of the job was in the long hours of sweeping up peanut shells.
The most enjoyable part of the job was – more... building the relationships of a lifetime. – less
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A day at Logans
Server (Current Employee), Fort Oglethorpe, GAApril 5, 2014
a typical day is walking in with a positive attitude and serving customers to the best of my abilities.
I learned even if the situation is bad try to keep it positive
I loved working with the people that I did
the hardest part was when people start being rude and thinking that you can do 1000 things at once
and the enjoyable part was just being me and – more... meeting new people – less
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Fast paced with a fun environment.
Hostess (Current Employee), Mesa, AZApril 4, 2014
Pros: discounted meals, breaks in between double shifts
Cons: short training period, stressful
From a slow typical Thursday to a fast paced Saturday, each day has something different to expect. No matter how stressful the job can get on a particular day, I can always count on my co-workers to be there to help me out when I need it. The staff at Logan's is friendly and welcoming. Management goes out of their way to make sure they are helping you – more... succeed and are being treated fairly. I would say that the hardest part of the job is being able to keep up when things get stressful and busy, but no matter what it is always enjoyable with co-workers that will help you get through the things that are difficult for you. – less
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Server
Server/Hostess/Trainer (Current Employee), ohioMarch 30, 2014
working at logans was perfect while trying to finish school, easy, busy, fast pace, friendly co-workers
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Working with the worlds best military
Manager (Former Employee), Tinker AFB, OKMarch 29, 2014
Pros: always bust
Cons: nothing
Coordinated, compiled, distributed schedules to numerous squadrons. How important it is to be specific. Management was professional and dedicated. Always having enough assets for effective training. Satisfaction with knowing that our nation was protected.
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good company
Culinary Manager (Current Employee), Charleston, WVMarch 27, 2014
Pros: decent pay
Cons: expensive benefits and fellow management not doing own job
good company to work for just not at my location. fellow management not holding people accountable and expecting certain people to do everything. too much favortism
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good place for a young worker to learn and grow
Service Assistant/ Host/ Dishwasher (Former Employee), Bakersfield, CAMarch 27, 2014
Pros: good food and atmosphere
Cons: there was little chance of advancement or medical benefits
A fun place to work and learn. a great atmosphere and excellent coworkers. everyone worked well as a team and helped each other keep in tip top shape. on a typical day work was steady and completed with ease. management was constantly changing and had little stability. i learned how to multitask and keep ahead of the curve you could say. the hardest – more... part of my job was adapting to the peanut dust in the air. the most enjoyable part was energy that the entire crew exhibited on a daily basis – less
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Restuarant manager
Manager (Former Employee), McAllen, TXMarch 26, 2014
Horrible work life balance. Buying into the culture is key to advancing in this company.
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Terrbile
Host/Server (Former Employee), Trussville, ALMarch 25, 2014
Cons: everything
I left Logan's because I was threatened by a coworker and when I stood up for myself I was sent home and disciplined while the coworker who instigated the incident got to remain at work for the rest of her shift and wasn't even approached by management after i reported the incident.
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Fun Fast Pace Restaurant
Server/Bartender (Former Employee), Baton Rouge, LAMarch 21, 2014
Pros: half off meals, cash daily
Cons: no real advancement opportunities.
A typical day at work consisted of making front and back of house preparations for service staff prior to opening the restaurant. Giving personal attention to guests. Placing orders using the POS system and maintaining running side work. By and large the management team were cohesive and will to jump in various position as need to insure the smooth – more... operation of the restaurant. Co-workers likewise were team players. The hardest part of the job was keeping pace during peak times especially if you had to resolve an issue such as a recook. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting and interacting with people from varied walks of life and a daily bases. – less
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I just need more stability
Waitres/ Hostess (Current Employee), Fultondale, ALMarch 18, 2014
I learned while working here you must have plenty of patience with the people and the guests that are around you every day.
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Not enough hours
Server/Hostess (Former Employee), 5000 Bond Blvd. Bessemer, AL 35022March 16, 2014
I enjoyed this job however i didn't receive enough hours. I enjoyed meeting new people.
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Life consuming
Key Employee (Former Employee), Fultondale, ALMarch 16, 2014
This company is not meant for people with a family because they don't value that. It is all about the restaurant.
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Logan's Roadhouse
line cook/prep cook (Former Employee), Dickson, TNMarch 14, 2014
Make sure line is clean and stocked. Fill orders for customers in a timely manner and ensure that the food quality is at its best. Management could have been better and shown more initiative to help.
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Public Interaction hands on
Server/Hostess (Former Employee), Warner Robins, GAMarch 12, 2014
Job had alot of ups and downs....Dealing with people and their food, it takes a lot of teamwork

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About Logan's Roadhouse

LRI Holdings earns a lot of peanuts even though it gives them away for free. The company¬†operates Logan's Roadhouse, a chain of – Read more