great company, very fast paced environment, but once you get the hang of the schedule and when the busy times come, it naturally becomes easy, during my time it was hard because our manager wasn't really doing a great job leading us. but overall it turned out ok for a start up job.
I had a horrible experience while I was there. They will work you until you are dead on your feet and the GM at my old store before I was transferred was having relations with employees and promoting them.
The time i was employed at CFA was memorable. The constant fast paced enviornemtn taught me how to remain calm in chaos, and allowed me to open up and develop communication skills. For that i am grateful. The worst part of the jo was the unexpected extended shifts i would have to complete if someone didnt do their part.
Customer service was the number one priority at the restaurant and all the employees were trained to treat them with respect. The management helped the staff see their purpose and how to work efficiently.
Lots of fast-paced hands-on activities but the team is so nice and welcoming that it makes it all worth it. Lots of fun jokes help balance out the busy days and make time go by quicker than you'd expect
Chick fil a enforces strict policies which quickly become toxic and overbearing.
They force you to pretend to be happy which is not realistic, the management was very poor and favoritism was rampant all of the above has inflicted severe emotional damage onto other workers and myself
I would never encourage anyone to work there.
The operator of the store doesn’t know how to work under pressure so he takes it out on his employees. He shows favoritism and he lets the Assistants Directors talk bad about all the employees they don’t like. They will cut your hours or find a way to fire you if they don’t like you. They write you up about anything only a doctors note can excuse you. The operator doesn’t realize that he makes some of the employees nervous because he always look angry and then when you ask him something he acts like he doesn’t want to answer. The management is unprofessional and mixxy. If the managers would stop acting like little kids doing he/say she/say than everyone would want to come to work and have a nice shift. Chick Fil A is nice place to work,but just not this one. If you tell them you need to change your hours due to school or personal reason they have a problem with it. We come in and do the same thing everyday, but that’s expected and not an issue. If the boss is never looking happy then his employees is not going to look happy.
When one decides to work for this company, they will realize that it is based on customer satisfaction and getting orders out in a timely fashion. It is fast-paced, and the work environment is friendly.
I would say they don’t pay enough for how much they expect from you. Depending upon your coworkers you could easily be miserable. It is important to note that this job is extremely demanding and to keep that in mind
Free break meals only if you work more than 6 hours.
They are very Christian based. And I loved the fact that you dont work on Sunday's. Very clean and neat place to work. Very polite environment. When I stopped working there I still was using "My Pleasure."
Chick-fil-A is definitely a great place to work. They have strict hiring regulations and definitely look for a outgoing friendly person to provide customer service. I love the way they take care of there customers and employees.