The reviews of working at LongHorn Steakhouse on Indeed.com are mixed. Some employees laud the benefits and training. Others say things like, "Terrible management, promises of advancement, but no follow-through, long hours, no breaks, the epitome of overworked & underpaid."
ROC United has few kind words for the chain, which has no paid sick days, according to the report. Information on its wages and advancement opportunities were apparently impossible to come by. But ROC United does know for the sure that LongHorn workers have contacted them, asking their legal help because of wage theft and discrimination. No lawsuit has been filed yet, and LongHorn's parent company Darden has largely dismissed ROC United's allegations.
For a list of the 43 other big national chain restaurants with horrible working conditions, according to ROC United, click here. If you prefer a cheerier read, click here to find the seven restaurants that the group says are great places to work.