Chick-fil-A-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Knoxville, TN
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Those in charge are unsympathetic and accomediating about working conditions. Underpaid for the level of labor and a toxic work enviroment. Chick-fil-A could care less about their workers.
free meal each time you work, reasonable hours
My team members here bring a fantastic environment to CFA. I enjoy working with mostly everyone there. For the most part, everyone seems to actually be happy to be there working. We try to make the most of the time while working and try to have fun. Almost all of the employees are young (highschool and college). The managers are very patient. They make sure to point out things that we need to work on and celebrate the things that we do well.
Free Meal, Good managers.
I have worked at this company for a combined total of 3 years. I love how much they build into success and professionalism. I really wanted to grow while I was there and they helped me achieve that goal. At my first Chickfila location, I became a Team Trainer after 6 months. I sadly had to leave after 1.5 years. I came back to a new location and became a supervisor within two months of working
It's an absolute joke . Operator is clueless and the absolute worst individual I have ever worked for. He is rude and looks down on everyone . He cares about none of his employees except the ones he brought with him from his former store . Go to another Chick Fil A .
Great teens to work with .
Tons of these .
I worked prep the management sucked for back of house I had Spanish people I was trying to learn I couldn’t understand anything but other than that !
It feels like every time I walk in I get pulled aside for something that someone else did wrong , even if I’m not there. There’s no sense of accountability for anyone in management or leadership. There is also way too much exclusion that goes on between the regular employees and the members of leadership and management. By that I mean there is a circle in the store, that if you aren’t part of, then the circle will try to make you not get into management and they will try to make you quit.
They told you what was expected of you and either got it or you didn’t. Management could be belittling and demeaning for this reason. If you did fit in, it was like a family. I turned in my notice, which was NOT a 2 week as is customary but I recieved much less than that when I would find myself with a week+ without work. If you asked what you were supposed to be doing or weren’t sure, you could find yourself doing very gruling things like cleaning out the floor drains or some other such thing you never saw anybody else doing. I wouldn’t reccommend it.
The only issues that I experienced with Chick-fil-A is that there was an over abundance of employees which made it hard to get good hours. However it is a very family orientated workplace and is great for a first job.
I can't speak for all Chick-Fil-A's. I have been at mine for almost one year, and I have had to endure more bullying and hateful comments than I have had to for the duration of my high school experience so far. The management sugar-coats problems in front of the owner and is ruled by favoritism in terms of pay, and moving up in positions.
CFA is a good company. Depending on location and owner/manager. Inconsistent with employees as well as service. Pay is fair. Health benefits only if you work full time and quite expensive.
Free meal on shift and flexible schedule
Disorganized, lack of team work