Chick-fil-A, Inc.-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Augusta, GA
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As long as you are a favorite it's a great place to work. If not you wont get the hours you are promised. Management are all young and immature. The younger you are the better! They only care about themselves. They will give teenagers 40 hrs. Ans a single mama 20 hrs
I only been working here for a month. There are too many people trying to tell you what to do they undermind each other of how to preform a task then lie to the head manager that they didn’t taught you that. Why would someone lie about who taught them that. It’s not like I was going to get in trouble just told the right was to do it. The managers talk down about everyone one even people they call friends. I feel like I am back in high school. I am glad this job wasn’t my main source of income because out of all the companies I have ever worked at this is the worst and I worked at a staffing company giving people jobs for $7.25.
Horrible people, management, fake people, rude
Too much of picking up other people's slack. Then again it's not exactly their fault when too much is expected of you for a fast food job. Hated never knowing what time I could leave. Constant stream of customers made it almost impossible to catch up. Needed at least one more set of hands for such a busy section
Expect too much for such little pay
I'm going to be honest here. First, I am 20, and I do have bills to pay. I was told during the interview process that I would have full time hours, and I did, I had 39 or 38 hrs a week, but once summertime was over, the hours dropped to 20-25 hrs a week (for me). One girl that I thought I would bond with is really back biting me now, some of the girls there will throw you under a bus quick. Each of the leadership seems to want you to do something different, and sometimes your team members, the ones that you're kinda learning from, teach you to do things differently, to the point where, for me, it felt like I was not going to get my job right. I'mma just say this part like this, you would think Chick Fil A would bring in pleasant appreciative customers. All of these things together had me breaking down and crying sometimes, until they cut the hours, and that's when I kinda lost it, I felt like I was doing too much for this job. If nothing else, I need to pay my bills. The workplace atmosphere can be really immature ad frustraing, but honestly, even with all of this being said, I know that certain workplaces can only hire, generally speaking, from the surrounding area, and Augusta is called Disgusta, so I try not to look at it like it's a Chick Fil A thing, but there you have it.
The benefits, and your meals.
Co-worker relationships, communication and disconnected expectations.
You’ll make friends, but most likely deal with a lot of drama and attitudes including from managers since everyone is so young. It’s an easy job but they need to get better at leaving people out in the freezing/hot temperatures for so long. Also they will 100% schedule you for when you say you can’t work and the manager in charge of it literally never answers her phone.
I absolutely loved working at Chick-fil-A. The experience was amazing, I met so many incredible people who have been an impact and inspiration in my life. I don’t think that I could have gotten the impact that I did anywhere else.
Not the best job, not the worst. Going through busy stressful times will bring you closer to those you work with though. As it is a fast food restaurant there will be high turnover so you get used to people coming and going.
Free break food
Great management experience. All store operators are different. If you get a people person operator; the experience can be awesome. If you get a operator that is bottom line driven only, experience can be awful.
Great management training
Benefits are terrible
I was about 15 or 16 when I started working there. You had to do 10 hours online before coming into the store and actually started working which was a bit stressful but worth the wait. Once I got there and actually started working it was everything that I had to do online which made it really simple and easy to learn. The experience of working there was amazing.