Hard work, low pay, bad management.
Pros: it's work. it's for sure money.
Cons: short breaks if any, and no hours for those who really need them, i.e, those with families.
Poor management that thinks it's better than it is, poor training besides the corporate assistances with the store opening, and a poor culture and environment adds to the hourly employees general dislike of their job.
LongHorn operations accounting milks labor, so instead of four people closing the kitchen and getting out at a decent hour (11:30 p.m. is decent), three people have to close the kitchen and stay on average to 12:30 to even 1:30 a.m. on weekends. Keeping labor low means bonuses for managers and an increasing earnings per share for Darden at large, but strife for hourly employees. Strife for hourly employees makes them hate their jobs and seek work elsewhere, which adds to a increased labor capital turnover. Increased turnover means hourly employees have to pick up gaps in labor, and LongHorn seems to always have to be training some new entrant.
If you're a hard worker, your labor will be exploited.
Whether or not this reflects LongHorn as a whole organization is another question.