As a hostess, I was not only Blessed to serve customers within a friendly atmosphere but was given every opportunity to grow spiritually! Would recommend this ministry for anyone looking to pursue purpose!
A typical day there is none each day is a new one. I have learned most team members are willing to help when called upon. Management is a plus for the most part, Most have smiles on there faces even if their personal life is upsetting. Hardest part of the job is trying to reach things without always asking for assistance. Most enjoyable is coming to work and hearing from our regular guest about how things are going with them. Listening is the greatest gift you can give.
Chick Fil A is a perfect place to work in the summer because you get multiple hours or days and get well paid, but around when school starts for an example like me I’m a minor I didn’t get many hours or days at all I kept getting one day or two a week.
Managers are 17 year olds that don’t know what they’re doing. They are also petty and will make your life horrible. There’s a reason why you never see the same people working there. Most of the ones are great but the one I worked at was the worst job I’ve ever had!
Everyone has a very tight family relationship. Everyone works together to get the job done quickly and correctly. Everyone is polite and respectful to customers and each other. Management is always super nice and easily to get along with. Very fast pace but manageable work environment. Most enjoyable part of the jobs is when the work is done (breaks /closing) and we talk and laugh.
Would be nice if benefits were an option for part time employees . I have no cons I’ve enjoyed my time thus far. It’s a Christian base company and that’s a plus. You never hear any bad language & all employees respect each other
I loved my work there and always seemed well received by customers, constantly having to turn down tips. The management team hated me though, and tried to come up with something each day to get me fired including going into the bathroom to clean it and telling the owner that I was hiding, saying I smelled so horrible that customers were asking for refunds because they couldn't eat their food, and saying I was talking bad about customers to other customers which were all insane. They made me hate my job. I was also hired full-time and guaranteed 40 hours a week and was lucky to get 7 hours a week. my first day there within 5 minutes I was actually fired and had to beg for my job back. The reasoning for my initial termination was "we just aren't seeing enough hard work from you." They didn't even know my shift had JUST started.
A typical day at Chick-fil-a is almost always fast-paced,I've learned that if I don't keep an eye on everything that was in my job description then it will be a mess to get everything done. The management there at Chick-fil-a are phenomenal people that help you with whatever you need, the workplace culture is very Christian and it just has the best atmosphere. The hardest part of the job for me was taking out the trash. The most enjoyable part of the job was getting to help the customers,seeing people you know and talking to them.
Working as a host at Chick-fil-a was fun and excited from beginning to end. I had the opportunity to meet and speak with new and familiar people on a daily basis. It always brought a smile to my face whenever a customer was completely satisfied with the serves that I provided.
Being there for 2 years, i developed really good friendships and 50% off of food was pretty great but they did not offer anything else. Took forever to acknowledge that they had good employees and did not give much pay raise at all. Could be a great company but the one i worked for in Enfield, Connecticut was awful.