Waitress (Current Employee) – Albany, GA – January 30, 2017
My day consisted of greeting/talking to our amazing guests who walked through the front doors, seating them in their desired section (if available), accommodating to the guests needs. I learned how to carry more then 4 (four) plates of food at a time. Being personable and bubbly is my second nature. The management was very fun loving, stern and easy going. My co-workers were absolutely amazing Such a joy to be around. Some had their own personal issues but they never implemented their problems on me, nor anyone else. The hardest aspect of this job was having to address unhappy customer. I could handle it but I do not like to see people unhappy with my work/my co-workers work. The most enjoyable part of my job was meeting new people on the daily, making connections that I still have today.
Server (Former Employee) – Goldsboro, NC – January 29, 2017
taking orders and making sure that the order is correct. My GM at the time was fun to work for. Would take the employees' side when a complaint was made until proven different. The most enjoyable were the guest that came in, some of them
Server (Former Employee) – McDonough, GA – January 25, 2017
The particular Logan's I worked at was rife with racial drama, poor management, and terrible teamwork. Black and white servers were literally segregated to opposite ends of the dining room and the management was usually found asleep in the back office if they could be located at all. Not a great experience. I made the best of it, though.
Fun environment, sports played on televisions and great music
Server (Current Employee) – Norton Shores, MI – January 25, 2017
A typical day at work for me is quite easy due with my customer service skills. I have learned to have a lot of patience and try to troubleshoot issues with trying to keep customers calm and satisfied. Management at my company is up and down, a lot of conflict of interest. That makes it harder for co-workers to listen to some managers due to the relationships that some manager to manager friendships. The culture of serving is pretty cool. You work about 90% of the time independently which is nice but you do have a team still. I'd say the hardest part of my job would be the non-consistent schedule. It makes things hard to plan and rough on a family life. And you don't always know how much money you will bring home each day/night.
Discounted items, being noticed and rewarding about accomplishments you have done
Server (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – January 23, 2017
The work environment was more of a college frat house or high school drama type environment. Very confrontational and drama filled. Everyone is in everyone else's business. When you don't put your own business out there, things get made up about you which in turn causes more problems. Schedule was very u reliable. Have to tip out way too much for duties you tend to do yourself.
Down to earth staff and opportunities to learn a lot of different stations to work
Cook, meat cutter, prep (Current Employee) – Southaven, MS – January 20, 2017
Worked at Logan's roadhouse for almost five years, it has ups and downs just like any other restaurant job. But all and all its a good place to work if you do your job. Good pay and good work environment