Server (Current Employee) – New York, NY – December 7, 2017
Advancement in this company is a long and slow process and the hours are miserable. As a FOH manager you will need to work 12 hour days on average and that's just not ok for the salary they pay you. Also consider that the health insurance offered is very expensive and the company doesn't help you pay it...I give it a fail! You'd think that with all those hours and the fact that you don't get company sponsored benefits that you could eat a steak every once in a while as manager....nope! Don't even think about it! No manager meal.
As an added bonus, they're open every day of the year....that's right, they never close! Makes for a real happy spouse. So if you want to sell your soul and enable the hatred of your spouse and children, by all means, work for Morton's The Steakhouse! Just don't say you weren't warned.
Line cook/supervisor (Current Employee) – New Jersey – October 12, 2017
Nice place to work but if labor high you get cut quick. Also some managers need to relax where I was if I made a minor mistake either I for wrote up or sent home instead of sitting down and explaining or even pointing out and training proper way. You have to be a robot. If you put mushrooms on the burger but it suppose to go on the side and you didn't read it right you get written up.
Hostess, Server Assistant, , Phone Operator (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – September 14, 2017
The pay for any position at Morton's is on average more than any other restaurant. It is fast paced, professional, with a diverse staff. The managers are great and they work well with your schedule, especially as a student.
Server & bartender of all high end clients (Current Employee) – Great Neck, NY – August 25, 2017
I have been with Morton's the Steakhouse for 10 years . The work environment is fast paced and always meeting new people. The restaurant is always changing staff . Your can work with really good people .
working holidays, long hours, unpredictable schedule
Server (Former Employee) – Great Neck, NY – August 20, 2017
My experience at Morton's was easily the best I've had thus far. This company withholds excellent management, as they strive to better their employees for the sake of the employee and the customers. I have grown immensely in my time working here.
Bartender (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – August 15, 2017
Our guests make the daily experience a pleasure. A strong emphasis on customer service, continues to keep our standards and guest experiences one that is highly regarded as among the best. A good place to refine your fine dining service skills. But without benefits it makes it a challenging place to have a career.
Coworkers and guests. Safe work environment. Modern equipment. Flexible hours.
No benefits: i.e., health insurance, dental, paid holidays, vacations. No raises.
Server (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 4, 2017
In order to succeed at this restaurant you have to work hard and think on your feet. Guest satisfaction is the company's number one concern. If you are punctual, hard working, and have the ability to sell you'll be fine. Management could be more organized. If you want a restaurant to succeed then strong leadership is needed. Similar to other service jobs there is very little job security. They do not value their employees at all. You will be required to work every holiday, Christmas included.
High check averages, great tips, high quality food
very little work life balance, demanding during holidays, not much respect for employees
House staff (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – June 30, 2017
Not a place you want to work. Corporate does not care about the employee. Often dines in without tipping waiters. Also notified staff of their requirement to work on christmas day two weeks beforehand!
Engage all guest in the dinning room as they are all our guests. Assure that food description, suggestions are well explained and understood. Pair main dish with sides & wine accordingly. Tend to guests needs from the moment they enter to the moment they leave with exceptional attention to detail in the most courteous and professional manner. Serve dinner in well timed stages and quick removal of all soiled plates, napkins etc. from the table.
Short work hours to income ratio.
The obligation to work on holidays that kept me from my family for many years.
Server (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – January 24, 2017
When a guest wants a quality dinning experience, Morton's is a name that immediately comes to mind. With locations all over the country, Morton's is able to offer top quality food and service whenever a guest desires. The decor, wine selection, menu diversity, and attention to hospitality are all top notch, and to be a part of such a well respected establishment is huge accomplishment.
With that said, working under the General manager at my location was incredibly stressful. Restaurants need to be flexible in their operations in order to accommodate all guests needs, but the GM I worked under was unforgiving to any decision that deviated from company policy.
high check average, greats tips.
Stressful work environment, no discounts for employees dining on their own.
Server (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – October 5, 2016
This Company is absolutely wonderful to work for, they work with every situation that may occur, they are great with scheduling and and working with school hours, they are great on upkeep with product info and the staff is amazing.