server (Current Employee) – Dayton, OH – November 19, 2015
coming in on time and checking your station . make sure everything is stocked in kitchen. bread is made and tea. glasses and cups are stocked. learning the squirrel system on computer and tables. also learning the food on menu we carry and how its prepared. co-workers are somewhat helpful. Theres times we get very busy and fast pace. Team work is very important. The hardest part is making sure food is delivered in a prompt amount of time and drinks and food is to there satisfaction. The most enjoyable part is having a conversation with your customers and being involved ! I always have an interest in that and there opinions!
half off on meals
no breaks, or when u do have one its short, always on the go
Hostess (Former Employee) – Abilene, TX – November 19, 2015
I went into this job knowing absolutely nothing about working. It was my first job and the only one I could get with no experience. Although I didn't like my particular job or my managers and most of my coworkers I think had I been more confident and could have handled being a waitress instead of being stuck as a hostess I would have enjoyed this job a lot more. The main thing I didn't like was the management, but I recently revisited the location I worked at and they have a whole new management and system for being a hostess and also seem to have almost an entire new staff so maybe things have changed.
I had worked for this company for around 8 years. This use to be a great company to work for, but then management became very inconstant. It seemed that management did not stay around for very long and every 6 months to a year there were manager going and new ones coming. It came to the point of not being able to move up and advance in the company because management was not around long enough to help you to succeed in that process.
To much of a turn over for the business to continue to succeed.
Server/Trainer (Former Employee) – 2820 S MacArthur Drive – November 5, 2015
I will miss most of the people I work with when I go. It has been a great learning experience and I love the atmosphere,fast pace and people. Just time to go because there is no benefits or job security. It is a lot of work for 2.13 an hour.
Hostess/Server (Former Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – November 4, 2015
Has its pros & cons. Typical day at work included dealing with different attitudes, from management, to co-workers, to guests! Loved my co-workers. We had few tough times here and there, but got through them.
Server (Former Employee) – Independence, MO – November 3, 2015
worst management ever. Super unorganized and not a great work environment. Hardest part about being an employee at Logan's was the terrible management who never wanted to help their staffs and expected them to work in terrible working conditions. The entire staff was very unprofessional. Overall not a very successful company to work for.
Hostess (Former Employee) – Joplin, MO – November 1, 2015
Advertising $10/hr.....girlfriend started there and it was min wage. Bait and switch. Also, management was horrible and it was a bunch of uncaring, rude teenie-bopper employees. Management was also a little flirty. Leave that somewhere else. They need to hire some competent managers and actually pay $10/hr and get some decent hostesses/waitresses in there. Customers notice these things, also...
Great experiences to achieve here for customer service and a lot of great employees there too. I enjoyed learning and don't have any problems with following rules and regulations. I just wish for more hours and better pay!
Hostess (Former Employee) – Lebanon, TN – October 26, 2015
Very disorganized workplace, needs more employees. Better management would be a plus too. Typical work day would be long because of the lack of employees. We would start to get busy and not have enough servers on the floor.
Hostess, Server Assistant (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – October 7, 2015
It's a great workplace, the management makes work feel like one big family; needless to say our management is supportive. They are willing to help with anything. For servers sometimes they have sales contests and some prizes include $25 gift cards to certain places. On holidays the managers make food for whomever is working.