I would recommend the job for those looking to clock-in and clock-out, but must warn to be careful about asking for advancement or raises. They expect way too much for what they pay, when compared with other local Chick-fil-As in the area.
The management talks down to non Hispanics associates the culture was bias and very toxic, it a matter of who they like and who are friends some people came to work just chit chat, while other a continuously pressured to pick up their slack.
Working at Chick-Fil-A can be very stressful. I believe that we are or can be overworked at times. Overall, it is a good job because I have learned great customer service skills, how to work the register and give the right amount of change and how to be kind.
It was good, only complaint is job pay. A typical day at work for your first time is mainly running the food, but if you are advanced enough you will get to work the front cashier. Working drive through cashier was a favorite of mine
in the time spent at chick-fil-a i learned that alot of the people there are not happy working there and have reason to leave and are planning to i have also had several issues with scheduling because the hours that were given to me were ludacris (ex.3-11)
long hours for 7.67/hour other team members were selfish and not "Team" based in anyway. Management was helpful and understanding but did not have much presence in the workplace other than occasional visits to the from of the franchise
Chickfila is the absolutely best place that a teenager could start their working-life at. Working with grumpy customers can get annoying and frustrating, especially when you're working on a Friday night instead of being with your friends BUT it was a great experience.
Chickfila is rated the #1 fast food industry in the nation, and it is because of the very skills and mannerisms that are taught there, which you will carry with you long after you leave.