Chick-fil-A-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Arlington, TX
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The workplace was very fast, you had to do your job and requirements quick and with no flaws. The management was polite and was very involved in tasks and any concerns from other employees.
Free lunch, experience
Poor compensation, late nights, strict time tracking
It was an overall good work environment. The problem that I noticed aloft with Chick Fil La was the fact that the managers themselves were teenagers, Trying to manage teenagers so it did not work all the time. But at the same time I enjoyed my managers a lot there were fun to hang out and talk to when we weren't busy cleaning or helping our guest.
No benefits once so ever
Definitely a customer service/communication job. This is not a non-profit organization, it is a business. Depending on the location, they are expecting you to work a specific amount of hours during set times. Flexibility is a challenge when you want time off or days off. Can be stressful at times but you must be built for this fast-paced atmosphere. If you’re looking for a job to just slack at, this is not one. If you’re looking for a job that is openly flexible and you can call in whenever for whatever, this is not one.
It was a great place to work at first but after a couple of months of being outside in over 100 degree and under 0 degree weather my body couldn't handle it. Management can get so focused on a goal that they forget about the well being of their employees and for fear of getting written up or fired nobody says anything.Sometimes the leaders seem to forget that every person has different limits. Costumers are always first even at the cost of the employees. Every job is gonna have it's gonna have its positive negatives. If you desire to move up and are willing to do what is required you can move up fast.
Chick-fil-A has been a great opportunity for me to grow and learn more about the food industry. I've met some amazing team members at Chick-fil-A! My supervisor and I had a big difference in our leadership philosophy.
Employees receive a discounted meal and catering
Sometimes have unrealistic expectations of employees
The customer is not always right, but you have to believe that if you are going to last here. Everyone working there is not as customer friendly oriented as you'd think they would be. It was good pay for a fast food joint but their impossible standard of customer service makes it really hard to be yourself here.
When I started working at Chick-Fil-A it was great because the store had just opened and I was new so I was scheduled just about everyday. Then they hired more people and everyone started getting about 10-15 hours a week.
Free break meal
Not enough hours
A typical day at work includes a rush of people a few times and a lot of moving around. I've learned how to deal with multiple things at once during times of high stress
Favoritism gave some people more than others
Work days can range from 5 1/2 hours to over 11 hours. Entry level positions can be Front-of-House, Back-of-House, or both. Friendly environment but expectations for work quality can be demanding. A quite tiring job physically, but not mentally.
One 30-min break, long hours
The employees are very nice and will help you with your work as a team should. The management however is quick to write people up for being tardy more than three minutes for problems that were directly not your fault. Local management really depends on which store you work at, therefore make sure to meet all of the managers before agreeing to work there.
Breaks aren’t guaranteed.
Chick-fil-A has given me countless opportunities that I have happily embraced. The management is amazing and I definitely recommend working at North Collins in Arlington because it’s the best one out there. I do, however, have a problem with the wages because I feel like one must jump through hoops in order to get a decent raise. Overall, it’s a good place to start and it has definitely opened me up as a person.
$5 credit each lunch (pay the difference after that), 50% off of catering trays (limited), leadership opportunities
Always busy (can be good, but you need to breathe sometimes), May not always get a break, could be paid better, going outside to take orders in the heat or cold
It’s a good job when you are in high school . You will like the young people who are about your age and you and then will probably have fun . After awhile you get tired because the managers want you to work long hours from 6-2 and only get paid 9.50. And they expect you to a lot and rely on you. But I don’t mind proving that I can be counted on and there really flexablie with hours .
Free break food
30 mins break