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Beware of Chick-Fil-A in Lansing. It’s a Covid disaster waiting to happen. The owner told me that her husband had Covid. The 10 or so managers have to meet weekly in a room they are all crammed into for an hour or more and maybe 2 or 3 of them wear masks. The owner is present and allows this. There is an employee currently working there who told me his roommate was positive for Covid—management told him he could keep coming to work as long as he was asymptomatic. I’m not personally Covid-phobic but this is not safe for the employees or the customers coming through the drive through. I quit today—hearing the owner mock an employee because he doesn’t speak English well put me over the edge.
Free lunches, hard working team members
Management is unethical and unprofessional
Working at a Aramark Chick-fil-A is a way FASTER pace. You constantly have to have food in the windows. For the standard of Chick-fil-A but at the same time you have to meet the standards of Aramark. Which is not to make too much food m, so customers can have the freshest food given to them. The conflict really contradicts a lot.
Chick-fil-A was busy almost all the time. I worked at a seasonal store that had a peak season in the summer, but even in the winter it was busy. I worked both the front line and the kitchen. It was pleasant most of the time. Management was sometimes good and sometimes meh. I was promoted to Training Leader for a year before heading to college and I loved it! I learned a lot about human resources and got to do a lot of office work which I enjoyed. Workplace culture was pretty good, although there was sometimes a low morale. The hardest part for me was the stress of peak periods and being on my feet all day. I have back issues that made it increasingly more difficult to function happily all day. Some days I worked up to 12 hours! The most enjoyable part was making people's day! Chick-fil-A allowed me to do random acts of kindness, so sometimes I could promo free a meal for someone, or bring a child behind the counter to make their own icedream! I love seeing people smile and spreading joy to their day!
free meals each shift, customer focus, manager benefits
stressful, fast paced, physical
I love Chick-fil-A. I love my fellow employees. I love my boss. I love the food. I don't love the pay, but that is ok for a job starting out. Now I am ready for something that pays a little better so I am going back to school for my Bachelors. I will really miss my Chick-fil-A family when I leave though.
Free food, Health insurance, Chick-fil-A family, awesome work environment
No cons for someone starting out in the work force, great job to start out with!
Chick Fil-A truly cares about helping you grow as a person and a professional. Customers are their number 1 priority and to achieve that all employees must follow the company's core 4. Once you understood what the company stood for it was easier to fall in line. The hardest part was adjusting to so many different personalities, but once that was past it was a very rewarding job.
Mainly hired enjoyable people.
This place has been great to work for, every day is a new challenge. The management team takes care of each other and the team members. Love the company's philosophy about needing time to rest and closing it's doors on Sunday, always guarantees me a day off, which is very important since I love spending as much time with my family as possible.