Bartender/Certified Trainer (Former Employee) – Tifton, GA – September 14, 2017
This job is good for college students who need to make ends meet, but definitely would not say this a long-term career option. I enjoyed the people I worked with for the most part it was a laid back job. For me it just wasn't what I was looking for anymore so I left.
Bar And Service Manager (Former Employee) – San Angelo, TX – September 12, 2017
I was told the location I would be managing was in no jeopardy of closing after the company filed a chapter 13 bankruptcy. I took the job only to have the doors shut in my face and locked ten months after I started.
I enjoyed working here, but management needs to monitor computers and employees better.
Certified Restaurant employee Trainer (Former Employee) – Independence, MO – September 12, 2017
Monitor employees and computers better to ensure everyone is honest when it comes to table orders and payment. Any employee can access table orders and make changes to to bills. Which makes honesty and integrity useless to some employees
Kitchen Manager (Current Employee) – Conway, AR – September 11, 2017
This place gave me the oppertunity to learn valueable skills when managing a resturant. It mafe life possible on a wonderful level but they have made changes at the corperate level that are affecting the operations aspect in a negative manner. The management was at a high turnover rate for about 2 years. We constantly changed the menu. The only negative thing is the amount of coupons that our company issued. Every month we would issue you three different coupons that last six months at a time. Servers would be frustrated due to lower ticket averages which lead to lower tips. Kitchen would be frustrated with lower sales which lead less labor hours. It is a trickle down effect for the team members.
Free lunch paid time off was good after 5 years
No breaks no real consistancy with corperate and coupons ALOT of COUPONS
Server (Former Employee) – Statesville, NC – September 10, 2017
Logans overall is a good place to work however the particular store the management was unprofessional they were very clique and made decisions based of favoritism, However this was not an everyday thing because mangers routed the mangers that have been in the business more and also worked their way up to their position always handled things in a business first manner and was always fair.
Dishwasher (Current Employee) – Augusta, GA – September 8, 2017
I love everything about Logan's. From day 1 they help you build your skills to make your job easier at Logan's. Very family oriented. Even though I started out on dishes my plan is to be able to work all positions.
KIN Assistant, NEISD (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 6, 2017
I would go in, Set out peanuts on the table. Set up all drink areas. Get bread ready. Speak to my manager about the area I was taking care of today. The people were very different and out spoken. I enjoy working with a bunch of different kinds of people. The hardest part was having to keep up with all the things we need to set up at once. Meaning, baking bread, setting out the bread, the bread baskets, making tea, sweetening the tea, getting high, always lifting up heavy ice buckets. It was hard but I never complained.
Assist other (Current Employee) – Augusta, GA – September 5, 2017
Logans is a fast paced environment. It have it slow days but all in all it is worth working there. The hours are great for a college student but not for an adult with bills unless you work 6 days a week
Server (Former Employee) – Tifton, GA – September 3, 2017
not a good place to work, very stressful working conditions, management is awful, no team players at all. business is so slow when we finally got busy we would have to go on a wait because the kitchen couldnt keep up.