Chick-fil-A-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Little Rock, AR
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Working at chick fil a was a very good first job since no one would hire me but over time the job becomes very boring. If your outside it sucks because you aren’t paid more and they don’t give us breaks at store 1737 (markham and university). The managers also get a bonus if they get you fired so don’t say that your gonna get new job. They are very biased against African Americans and favor Hispanics/Latinos
Good for little bit
Sucks overall after you stand outside in 110 temp for 5 hours straight
In a world where everyone should be treated “equally”, at Chick-Fil-A the African Americans and Hispanics are treated very different. The Hispanics get first pick at everything since the directive board is Hispanic. They do many things that a director or manager would get onto anyone else about.
Chick-fil-A is a top-notch restaurant and business. I have the benefit of working at one of the best locations in the U.S., at Chenal & Markham. The management and team there have business drive and ethics, with the desire to cultivate a great team and culture.
The typical day at work would consist of working fast pace in a diverse environment; while maintaining a sense of kindness for guests. The hardest part of the job was not being able to express guests when they are being disrespectful.
I loved my choice of work at Chick Fa La. It was the best place I have ever worked. Great community,positive help and caring people to make your day special. I would always recommend going back to work for Chick Fa La. I worked so much because it became my home more then my other home and that was okay. My days were always making sure evryone left with a smile.
Employees are not treated fairly, Leadership shows favoritism towards employees who have been employed there longer. If you like staying busy and on your feet all day this is a great job for you. But if you have life problems outside of work I wouldn't recommend applying.
The most stressful place i’ve ever worked. Period. Management were a bunch of young workers and were unprofessional and so degrading. Didn’t care about your well being at ALL only how much money they’re making.
I would definitely recommend this job to anyone. Especially if you are someone looking for a worry-free JOB. No drama, no extra, no mishaps or understandings. As long as you do your part, everything else will go smoothly.
great hours, decent pay checks
not enough time off to enjoy the money you work hard for
Starting my day at Chick Fil A was pretty simple. I would clock in and was my hands and find my manager to see what position she would have me working in. I learned that customer service is very important I want to say that's where I built my customer services skills at. Another thing I learned is that when you're nice and helpful to customers, customers begin to notice that and will have nice reviews to say about you. The manager was hardworking, pretty strict, no patience, and would have up and down days but she always made sure that everyone was doing their job and getting everything done in the correct order. I would describe the workplace culture as a Family. The reason that being said is that everyone that worked there treated each other with respect and always looked out for each other. working in outside taking orders in the sun for me was challenging. At the time while doing that my body wasn't adjusted to the heat so it would cause me to have headaches, nausea, etc. I really enjoyed working different positions and building skills while being there chick fil a really felt like home and will always feel like home.
Free Lunch and great food
No breaks, Slightly poor management
Chick Fil A is a great place to work, and the work culture will kind of spoil you for working anywhere else. If you ever decide you want to quit to work somewhere else, however, they will not hire you back.
Always smell like delicious chicken
This being my first job, I was excited every time I went in for the first couple of months. Cfa being an extremely busy restaurant, made it quite jarring at first, but the trainers that were hired upon grand opening truly helped everyone to learn and understand how the front counter and kitchen process works as a team. There needs to be communication, sense of urgency and just the willingness to learn. The managers and store owner are also good people and help to guide team members and staff hands on, step by step and give tactics. The hardest part of the job for sure, is whenever it was really busy and we for some reason started falling behind in the kitchen or front counter. It's a restaurant that thrives on meeting cfa's expected order and delivery rate, as well as excellent guest service of course. So when one order falls behind expectations, it can potentially lead to more and more order falling behind and we're playing catch up with only more and more orders flooding in. But of course, the more the merrier. It allowed me to practice my social and communication skills along with my guest hospitality. And it's always fun meeting new faces and sharing a nice conversation with many different people.
Employee meal discount, plenty of over time
Losing the employee meal if restaurant goals and expectations weren't met