Bartender\Shiftleader (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – May 23, 2016
i was young when i worked there but enjoyed my time there fun place to work due to the service manager at the time always made work fun for me and we got a meal every shift guest treated us like family due to it being in tyler tx more of a county area with older folks with respect
I loved my job working at texas land and cattle. All but our GM. He would scream in your face in front of customers, slam and bang on things. He would also work you into the ground and fire you for calling in. i was unjustly fired from the company and can not find any recourses to complain about managment. it has potential to be a really fun and enjoyable work place but mangement and chain of managment is in need of a revamping. At my location, people didnt last a month before quitting, and they fired some people for ridiculous things and not fire others for repeat no call no shows, taridness etc. There are no real benefits to working here. you get half off your food when working and thats it. i loved the group of people i worked with. my co workers were awesome. its a shame our GM ran all the decent workers out.
coworkers are fun
management, unfair protocals, worked more than desired, not flexible.
Hostess (Current Employee) – Garland, TX – March 29, 2016
I love working at this restaurant because it a fast pace and nice people. I wish I worked more hours because I am a workaholic and am used to working a lot. the coworkers were great and the managers were awesome. the most enjoyable moment seeing everything going smoothly.
Server (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – November 30, 2015
the hours are difficult but I really enjoy the people I work with and the Management is amazing. Being able to work where I get to meet new people everyday is great. I like providing people with an experience they will remember and this job allows that.
server and bartender (Current Employee) – cedar park tx – July 31, 2015
I learn day by day how to talk to people and assist them to get them the best experience possible . I have loved working there so much because of my managers and the staff we are all like one big family . The hardest part of serving is working so hard and at times making no money . we work just off tips so when its not busy or people dont its not easy . I have stuck around so long because its very flexible with your schedule and the staff is amazing .
Server (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – March 1, 2015
Ive learned that location does not always speak revenue. I like this one for a short while because it was on the river walk in San Antonio. Well that was not the case, and the money I was hoping for never showed.
Your everyday average restaurant job with little respect from supervisors and poor schedule. Depending on location tips can be great, and advancement can be fairly easy. Most of the people employed here are younger...Mostly students. Management changes frequently.
Cook/Trainer (Current Employee) – Rogers, AR – September 3, 2014
Texas Land and Cattle is a fun place to work. Everyone seems to work hard and know what they are doing. The management team is excellent and they do all they can to keep things in a orderly fashion. My co-workers tend to always keep there attitude in check. The best part about the job is how management will go out of there way to keep there employees happy.
Hostess/Waitress (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – August 21, 2014
Started off as a hostess. This was my first restaurant job. I went from a hostess to a waitress, learned the menu, got a little waiting experience and ended up being pregnant and was getting morning sickness and couldn't lift the trays anymore so i quit.
Director of Marketing (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – February 27, 2014
Manage a three person marketing team along with advertising agency partners. Responsible for research, brand development, positioning and all promotional development. Linking sales to advertising efforts to refine vehicle selection driving traffic and sales. Also, reviewed and recommended changes in food costs to maximize profits and revenue.
development of texas based brands and exciting marketing programs
Constantly multitasking and exceeding quality goals.
Server (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – September 30, 2013
A typical day would include maintenance of facility and ensuring the highest level of service is being provided. I have learned to think on a fast paced level and to react quickly in order to resolve issues. The management and sever team at Texas Land and cattle does an excellent job facilitating guests needs and ensuring a high quality environment. The hardest part of the job may include the long hours, but this is also a benefit because returning guests will recognize your presence and hard work. The most enjoyable part of the job is the opportunity to interact with such a spectrum of people types and personalities on a daily basis, and to recognize myself for all that I have contributed towards the company.
Server (Current Employee) – Irving, TX – August 26, 2013
Your typical day was short, but you work many shifts and many days a week. Overall the place and people there were outstanding, but the restaurant business was not for me. Management always pushed you to do your best, and the other servers were awesome team mates. Hardest part of the job was the fact that lunches, or dinners were short you often had to do doubles through out the week just to meet ends meet.
Server/Hostess (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – June 28, 2013
This place was a very nice place to work. everyone was very close to each other, which made for a very comfortable work place. I learned a lot about the food industry and was able to put a lot of what I learned in school to the test and apply it to every day life.