Overall great place to work! Great employees who are easy to get along with. 100% great work environment. Works with school schedules. Great accommodations for work home life balance, and flexibility with scheduling.
I was hired in a management training incentive program; however, the timing was poor because the manager was offered a new store, so my training was thrown by the wayside. I was much older than most of the people who worked there, so I really didn't fit in anyway. Probably a great place to work if you're in high school or under 25.
The only saving grace of my Chick-fil-A was that of the coworkers. Generally, they were easy to get along with and worked hard, although there were a few bad apples. The problems I had were specific to my store. I was lied to about getting into management, scheduled outside my availability, given no consistency with my scheduling, and forced to work different hours from my fiancee while we were trying to plan a wedding and life together. I cannot in good conscience say that the managers and owner care about anything other than profits.
I worked at Chick Fil A for 2 years and as time went on my experience only worsened. The management is either High School aged and immature or middle aged and extremely rude AND immature. The directors picked favorites based on personality and nepotism was a common occurrence. It didn't matter how hard of a worker you were, if they didn't like you, they would make your life miserable. The actual job is extremely stressful with 10+ hours shifts being common. Do not apply here if you value your sanity and mental health.
Great workplace culture, collaborative, extremely fast paced. A typical day starts at 5 am and ends around 3 pm. I have learned a lot about stewardship, selflessness, excellence, gratitude, and integrity.
Chick-fil-a is a fast paced job that requires an individual to perform as a member of a team. The concepts of what chick-fil-a is about and trying to accomplish are easy to understand. The tasks that must be performed are simple and not too technical.
You do the same thing over and over and over and over and over again
Everything was actually organized and managed. Problems were solved quickly. Food is fantastic...because it (was) free, management ruined that. >: ( Needs more room for advancement in the workplace and paid sick days/time off.
working at chickfila is a great place to work. Yes, there are flaws just like any typical place of employment. The management could use some more training on how to treat people, but you get there everywhere you go.
Working at Chick-fil-A is a lot like what you would expect from most fast food restaurants. It is a super fast job in that you are constantly on your feet going from task to task. I enjoyed my time at Chick-fil-A and a lot of the people I got to work with. We got free meals on our break which was a plus and the operator and head manager were very friendly.
Free meals, friendly workers
Some of the team leaders were very demeaning and minimum wage pay.
Management constantly makes your job harder by adding more stuff to do without giving you the proper amount of time to complete the task and if you don't complete the task then they get very angry and talk down to you. Some days I wouldn't receive a break because of this.