Prep Cook (Former Employee) – Sterling, VA – March 15, 2017
I enjoy working there for long time, the only problem is anytime the headquarters were sending a new store manager, the employees had to undergo changes new manager and the treatment with the employees was not equal. they changed store manager 3 times in less than 4 months.
healthcare, benefits, vacation
No consideration for employees who have work for long time.
Dishwasher/Prep Cook (Former Employee) – West Bloomfield Township, MI – October 19, 2017
Taught me proper temperature to wash, dry, and sanitize the dishes, silverware, and glassware. How to detail the kitchen to keep germ's at a minimum. Average day washing kitchen equipment , sweep and mopping the floor. Taking the trash out and making sure the equipment is clean and management was fair
Hostess/Food Runner (Former Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – October 18, 2017
Nice restaurant and staff. Part time position. Meet many people learned to coordinate. Learned many aspects of the restaurant industry. It's a great place for a part time job unless you are looking for a career in the Industry
Line Cook, Kitchen Manager, Front of House Manager (Former Employee) – Bloomington, IL – October 17, 2017
Good experience with a company that had solid systems in place with a great culture towards its employees. Team members were treated respectfully and advancement was always clear on what needed to happen
Server (Former Employee) – Oxon Hill, MD 20745 – October 17, 2017
The manager will hire you knowing you need time to learn the menu and adapt but they are very impatient and expect you to already know everything. The managers are nasty and they talk about your personal business amongst other employees which they're not supposed to do. No benefits. The hosts are getting the same pay as the servers 365 an hour.
Server (Current Employee) – Sanford, FL – October 17, 2017
great place for customer service knowledge you learn a lot by working in a restaurant and I believe everyone should do it at some point in their life. Great way to also make quick and easy cash, just not always consistent.
Fun and Energetic work environment with opportunities to succeed
Key Restaurant Manager (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – October 15, 2017
A typical day working at outback steakhouse involves lots of customer interactions. I learned how to multitask properly and efficiently. I also learned how to sell the company's products to customers using my knowledge of the company. While managing i acquired skills in leadership and organization, while also improving customer/staff experiences. The culture of Outback Steakhouse is very friendly and inviting. Teamwork is essential in this restaurant and Outback does an excellent job of setting employees up for success. The hardest part of the job is being mentally prepared to interact with strangers and answer any questions they may have about the company's products or procedures. The most enjoyable part of this job is the interactions I have with customers. The Outback environment is very calm and friendly, allowing customers to dine in a relaxing manner, thus making your time at work pleasurable.
Server/Hostess (Former Employee) – Coeur d'Alene, ID – October 14, 2017
My manager was great at picking out personable workers and the environment, while competitive, was very fun. The customers were very friendly and my coworkers were very supportive. We would take each others shifts/trade when necessary.
Server (Former Employee) – Hyattsville, MD – October 12, 2017
It was a great experience in terms of me gaining sales knowledge and learning how to market products. The management team was very helpful and the workplace culture was fast paced. The hardest part of the job was being more professional than my bosses. The most enjoyable part was working the balance sheet and income statement functions of every days sales.