I started when there was a different operator at this location. The operators changed and the new one only cares about money. She does not care about the well being of her employees. Saying she doesn't care if they get breaks. Or sending them on break as soon as they arrive. Chick fil a used to be customer oriented. But this new operator only cares about how she can make the most money.
great work environment. Very friendly employees and management. Very organized and clean. Learned how to multitask and work in fast pace environment. Did a lot of fun group activities and learned to work as a team to get the job done fast but properly.
It is a decent job. I learned over time that the management is not professional. There could be more diversity. The hardest part of the job is clocking into a place that I dread going to on a daily basis.
I have worked for chick-fil-a for some time now this is probably the worse location in the chain. Management is terrible and the employees are no better this place is all drama everyone have s*x with everyone all the kitchen employees wear du rags food has no timers. Everything in the kitchen is either broke or almost broke. People go take smoke breaks and then come back in the kitchen to toast buns you want to work somewhere that reminds you of middle school this is the best place to be. This location hires anyone don't let the we a Christian company fool you !
Long hrs, bad leadership, terrible customer service.
I learned how to speak to people proficiently and professionally. I also learned how to perform great service but still be quick about it. A typical day was taking care of customers, watching over the other employees, being sure everything is being run smoothly and the customers are happy. The culture was actually the most enjoyable part as well. The people I worked with were wonderful and we all got along very well. Any events that happened outside of work included most of our coworkers. The hardest part would be holding your composure at the end of 10, 11, and 12 hour shifts. It wasn't too difficult after doing a few
Could've been ran a bit more professionally I dont like beiung forced to write things i dont have much to say it was cool but nothing special and they didn't pay people enough they treated people like they were replaceable
Every location has its differences, but this is a company that really is as positive as it appears from the outside. There are people in place who not only care about every day guests, but investing in their employees to further their careers - even if it doesn't involve Chick-fil-A.
A typical work day consisted of meeting the needs and serving the guests while maintaining a clean and productive work place. I learned how to communicate with guests and have ideal customer service and what that looks like. The hardest part of the job was finding the balance between being people's boss and there friend as well. The most enjoyable part of the job was getting to meet different types of people and learn about them and serve them all day long. The workplace environment was relatively negative and the upper management was very disorganized which was surprising working for a Chick-fil-A
discounted food, flexible hours
5+ hours without sitting down, difficult customers
The actually work of Chick-fil-A was not typically fun, or easy however the people made it worth it. For the most part customers are understanding and kind. In addition your co-workers become your family. Most of the people I have worked with have turned out to be life long friends. The hardest part was customer complaints. Most enjoyable part of Chick-fil-A was my co-workers. Seeing my second family every time I worked made it all worth it.
Long And Hard. But The People And The Environment Made It Great!!
Great People Skills. How To Work Hard.
They Were Great! Helpful,Encouraging,Very Caring
Great People A lot Of Fun. Made Working And Having A Job Not Such A Bad Thing.
Being Respectful To Difficult Customers
The People Definitely The People. Made Some Friendships That I Will Still Have
Chick-Fil-A very busy business inside the airport normal day for us is very busy each time a plane board or land we are super crowded. Customers are very happy to see the restaurant in Michigan. All the employees there is great team players which make the day run smooth. The hardest part of the job is when we short handed with all the customers that we serve it gets a little shaky. And always we greet each customer with a smile and happy to serve and satisfy each customer. I enjoy looking at my team work hard strive for excellent customer service.
Overall, the job is not extremely demanding and a great starting job. However, this certain restaurant is part of a campus dining service that is under Aramark, which consequently meant we were required to follow Aramark standards over Chick-fil-A's. Aramark management was very poor, with lack of much care for their employees. The Chick-fil-A standards though were very fair, and if it were solely under Chick-fil-A the management wouldn't have been an issue, as I have worked and trained in free-standing restaurants exclusively under Chick-fil-A management.