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Chick-fil-A of Leesburg is a great place to work. The management is great and the employees are awesome. It's difficult to maintain a work/life balance here simply because of the business. This store is extremely busy and requires a lot of commitment to excel.
They are a great company however they tend to not be fair with promotions, I have noticed if you are not especially good right off you tend to be forgotten. If you are just looking for a job it’s good but ma game takes gets kind of messy. You will make good friends with your coworkers
Working for multiple chick-fil-a restaurants I can safely say they all have there unique cultures and differences. Close attention to detail should be made when selecting which store you'd like to work for. The overall feel and experience generally leans to be positive. There are multiple avenues for growth as long as you have a strong work ethic and great communication skills. The hectic pace and demanding tasks do start to wear on you after time
Chick-fil-A is an unbelievably toxic place to work. All upper-management is trained to work regular team members as hard as they can because turnover rates are so high in the fast food industry, twisted logic there. If team members don't act happy, all the time, they are written up for not following "core four." Poor disciplinary decisions - if nayone calls in and makes a complaint about any person in the store, they are disciplined immediately because "the customer is always right." The Operators do not care about their employees at all, only care about profitability, and they spend minimal time in their own stores. Operators treat their restaurants like passive income, instead of being heavily involved.
One free chicken sandwich per break meal, that's all.
poor compensation, poor leadership, tough hours
Chick-fil-A is an amazing company that unlike most places, really genuinely cares for it's team members and makes them feel valued. Great pay for someone like me with lack of experience. Just an all around awesome culture to be a part of
The good and bad thing about Chick-fil-A franchises is that corporate never makes “one size fit all.” Our operator had the freedom to use the policies that worked best for his location. The danger here is risk of lack of clarity, due to many initiatives having trial by fire nature. Depending on how ambitious the individual is, this can be the perfect scenario to innovate and develop personally, or it can be overwhelming.
No training as promised. First and only performance review occurred a year and a half after I started. Most Sundays were for employees training and changes to the menu. Too many close and open shifts back to back making it difficult on the family.
The company itself seemed good the operator in the beginning seemed trustworthy but as time went on showed his lack of business acumen by immature decisions and lack of trust and confidence in his directors. The result of his business perceptions not being grounded in a systematic human resource Process was proven in violation with the Ohio Dept of Labor.
You have to be on your toes to live up to the Chick-fil-A standard and reputation that guests have come to know and love. It is fast pace, a large staff, high food safety standards, sometimes difficult work environment (working outside), family team atmosphere
Employee meals, high wage, fun
Large staff, schedule, working outside
It is very pleeasent place to work. The coworkers are outstanding generous people. The culture and atmosphere are very unequaled. Made really close friends. Management is very caring.