Chick-fil-A, Inc.-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Austin, TX
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Overall, this is a great atmosphere and environment to work in. I was able to learn so much and advance in particular areas in life because of Chick Fil A. I truly do miss working here! IF YOUR THINKING ABOUT APPLYING, APPLY. This is your sign :)
Free Meals, Great Environment, Great Pay.
The best part of working here was that all of my coworkers were friendly and respectful and fun to be around. It's pretty much what most would expect from this kind of job. I was always exhausted after work from standing all day and the pay was subpar. This was my first job, so for a first job I think it was wonderful, especially in allowing me to grow my skills in many ways on the worksite, however, I wouldn't want to work there again just because my paygrade was a little low.
Free lunches, fun friends (not guaranteed), understanding manager
High-stress, low pay
Great work environment for a young employee starting out .I get to meet and wait on different people each and every day. Management was always helpful when I need any assistance. Each employee makes sure all guest have a great experience.
Free food and closed on Sundays!!
While working at CFA I gained a huge insight when it came to working at a fast pace. It was always a different experience every day while I worked so it was never repetitive.
Discounts, lots of friendly faces
Management can get a bit too loose with rotations
I love my time at chick fil a, its honestly one of the best jobs I ever had. Chick fil a really takes care of their employees, i honestly liked every single employee that I have met. It was a pleasure to work at this company.
Constantly being outside
Productive during lunch most days but it depended on who ran the shift. I loved this job but it became hard because of the general manager.
This was my second job which helped me in many ways. Working here allowed me to improve my leadership skills as well as become less shy. I learned how to interact with people better and that helped me in work and out of work.
Good pay, improved my customer service skills, allowed me to progress in a leadership roll.
No healthcare, some days no breaks, couldn’t give a consistent schedule, not enough hours.
I worked there from high school until college and they always supported my growth as a young man and were always willing to serve me and help me get better at my job
Every day that I went to work was a good day, I liked meeting with my coworkers and bosses and, for the most part, enjoyed working there. Everything I needed to do was taught to me, and the people were patient enough with new workers as well.
Good breaks, understanding employers, friendly environment
Too many restrictions on appearance
This is - without a doubt - the best place I’ve ever worked in my 20 year career spanning multiple industries (music, sales, finance, service). The one thing I can say is that the more you put in here, the more you will love working, and the better performance results you will get. This is not like working at another restaurant, or even another job. If you put forth the effort to care about this business as if you own it, and caring about others more than your personal gain, and you focus on what is important to your leaders, you will find yourself leading here.
Working at chick fil a was a great experience really liked the customers as well as the staff would defiantly work at chick fil a again if the opportunity is allowed.
The location that I worked at had a lot of issues especially with management and there was a very high turnover rate which made working there unbearable. It is a fast paced job and large crowds of people constantly come in so you need a sold team of workers and since we didnt have that it made things miserable and they also always ignored availability and overworked you.
free food, the pay
You know this company is Christian based but ten they write you up for not smiling, when all your position is making drinks where no one sees you. Also all the managers at this certain location go to church together which kind of makes it feel like if you don’t you most likely won’t be a manager. Also if you’re outside taking orders you don’t choose when to use the bathroom, and you’re outside in this Texas heat. You will have to pay for your uniform and all things necessary for this job.
If you’re a manager
No bathroom breaks
I have worked in managerial roles at multiple chick-fil-a's and the difference is night and day between stores if the operator of the store is investing in his crew, or in himself.