All about the bottom line, people do not come first
DIVISIONAL OPERATIONS SUPPORT MANAGER (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – June 5, 2018
Over worked unit level managers with not enough compensation. People do not come first with this company. It is all simple posturing and ego. Professionalism is not always at the forefront of importance. Any employee is expendable and it is very evident. Health insurance is not great and is very costly for a family plan.
hours, costly health insurance, minimal upward mobility
Wonderful company, offering excellent benefits, as well as additional items that are exclusive to Landry’s employees. Have felt a sense of real “team work” amongst my department when working on projects.
I liked working for landry's overall but it was very fast paced, very stressful at times although the rewards were worth it. I answered calls every 10 seconds. I answered calls and has to completed them within 4 to 5 minutes
Games Attendant (Former Employee) – Galveston, TX – May 12, 2018
Working at Pleasure Pier taught me how to work with others and it helped me step out of my comfort zone. The managers kept it professional but also made it fun. The hardest part of the job for me was erasing the shy girl that I was but I'm glad I did it because it made me have a better time overall in life itself. I loved meeting new people and seeing them happy after winning a game. There was a smile on every face I looked at, I loved everything about that job.
Game Attendant (Former Employee) – Galveston, TX – March 30, 2018
It’s coo lot work there too but sometimes the managers a lil stuck up but I mean it’s easy to ignore them it’s a pretty relaxed place to work too it’s just that the pay sucks and you work more than wat you are paid
Life at Landry's was a good time. My manger and work family were amazing. The insurance wasn't the best, it was very expensive. Raises weren't the best but I had a job security and my sanity. The traffic was the reason for me leaving.
This company is a revolving door of employees. although I enjoyed my time with them, the problem is associated with the corporate aspect of the company. Management is constantly trying to gain approval from corporate by enforcing regulations designed by individuals whom never worked as a front line employee. This type of corporate control decreases moral.
Bartender (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – January 9, 2018
Saltgrass Steak House has a large amount of loyal guests due to the delicious food, good service and atmosphere Landry's has created which is beneficial for servers and bartenders making tips. However, servers are only paid tip wage (2.13/hour), receive no benefits, and must pay for the discount program and the job security is very low as a single bad guest complaint can get you fired.
Server/Server Assistant/Hostess (Former Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – January 7, 2018
Hit on all the women working there, repeatedly touched me in ways he shouldn't as a boss.The people I worked with where what kept me there so long. The management doesn't care about their employees and neither does the owner. All they are is money hungry.
Server (Former Employee) – Odessa, TX – December 27, 2017
You can make very good tips at this restaurant. The only problem I had with this company was very poor management. I was not treated fairly and was told I was unreliable because I called in a few times due to family being in the hospital and then I got bronchitis. Would not recommend working at the odessa location.