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We currently have 153 open jobs at Outback Steakhouse. We've calculated that the average salary at Outback Steakhouse is $30K based on 628 user-submitted salaries A total of 78 Outback Steakhouse employees gave Outback Steakhouse an average happiness rating of 4.0 out of 5.0.

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Current CEO: William Allen III

Status: Active

The Outback Steakhouse was founded in Tampa, Florida, by Bob Basham, Trudy Cooper, Chris T. Sullivan and Tim Gannon in 1987. Early on, the partners agreed that their restaurant would offer a comfortable atmosphere with great service and great food at a great price.

All of them had worked in the restaurant business. From that experience they knew that people went out to eat prime rib and beef, so they opened a steak restaurant that served modestly priced, high-quality food in a casual atmosphere. In 1986, the Crocodile Dundee movie had been released and was an instant hit. The Australian Outback was similar to the American West. The memorable identity became the new restaurant’s name.

As a result of their combined experience in the restaurant business, the partners were aware of managing problems and decentralized the management in their establishments. Certain standards must be met, but otherwise they let local managers run the restaurants as they see fit.

Outback recognizes that people of all races, colors, ages, sex, religions, marital status, national origins and disabilities have talents and other qualities. This diversity contributes to the success of the restaurant’s outreach program as the employees make connections with members of social associations, schools, civic groups and other non-profit organizations. This is critical to the future growth and success of the restaurant in the community.

Outback Steakhouse careers in management are ideal for those individuals who want to be left alone to work and do their jobs more efficiently. Employees working at Outback Steakhouse have excellent working conditions. The partners took steps to insure that the employees have an environment that brings cheerfulness to the job and spreads to the guests.

The Outback culture is teamwork and service. The employees are also encouraged to serve on boards and support cultural and ethnic heritage associations across the country. The steakhouse promotes a sharing and caring environment. Employees say that schedule flexibility allows them to attend family and, or college. Numerous employees remarked on the generous benefits package.

Outback Steakhouse benefits for hourly employees include:

- Medical/dental/prescription card/life insurance
- Half comp meal benefit
- STARS Program
- Vacation

Benefits for salary employees include:

- Medical/dental/prescription card/life Insurance
- Short term and long term disability
- 401k
- Meal comp
- Adoption assistance
- Vacation
- Flexible spending
- Employee assistance program

Currently, 70,000 people are employed at the nearly 800 Outback restaurants in the U.S. and 950 worldwide.

What jobs pay the most at Outback Steakhouse?

Bar Manager is the highest paying job at Outback Steakhouse at 20,199,000 annually.

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