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Often under stress due to high culture demands, but often taken to ridiculous extents. low pay, even for management
ManagementIn general, managers at Chick-fil-A were young, only took the job seriously when it convinced themOverallMy experience working at Chick-fil-A average, good and bad
I enjoy working in the food industry. Yes I'm not a head chef at some fancy restaurant, but my work is fulfilling and fun at times. Foods great, I love Chick-Fil-A as a restaurant, one of the better fast food places out there. Its clear, work moral is high, very nice.
Free lunched, long breaks, health care, etc.
Time management, the customers (but isn't that an job)
Job offered a good foundation for a first job, and teaches a lot of valuable life lessons if you’re willing to learn them. I would recommend for anyone in high school or college, or fresh out of college while looking for a career to get started.
Employee discount, scheduling flexibility
Limited upward mobility
The location I worked at was poorly managed by a militant manager. The operator was a cheapskate & the workers were always hot working outside. This company makes too much money for the workers to be outside without a tent or anything to cool them down. Favoritism is a real thing. Some employees probably should be fired to ensure a better performance, but favoritism(nepotism).
although I worked there for so long I began to grow tired of it and needed a change my over all stay at Chick-fil-a was good. towards the end the drama became unbearable and one of the main reasons I wanted to leave
free break food
highly stressful all the time
Chick-fil-A is a great company to work for. The values the company upholds are impeccable. The only downside is each restaurant has a different operator who sets the tone for the restaurant. If the operator has a poor leadership team your experience will be terrible. If the leadership team holds the core values of Chick-fil-A and follow the guidelines set out by pathway your experience will be awesome. Just like the book "Creative Followership states "pick your boss and choose wisely."
It’s a great place to make friends and learn new skills. The people there make work fun and management is great and they look out for you and make everything smooth and a good experience.
I worked in management for two years and loved it. The people, product and process all flow greatly. The food is awesome also. The store I worked at was always packed. We were one of the top stores in the company.
Uniforms sucked. They have since changed.
working there has thought me many things much as professional and personal. It has tought me how to be a great leader and working with goals in mind but also knowing sometimes we have to compromise.
Getting along well.
Will get stressful
Productive during lunch most days but it depended on who ran the shift. I loved this job but it became hard because of the general manager.
This was my second job which helped me in many ways. Working here allowed me to improve my leadership skills as well as become less shy. I learned how to interact with people better and that helped me in work and out of work.
Good pay, improved my customer service skills, allowed me to progress in a leadership roll.
No healthcare, some days no breaks, couldn’t give a consistent schedule, not enough hours.
I woke with a different group of people on a everyday basis, different personalities and ages. I love how it’s a challenge to get to know people that are different than me; their weaknesses, strengths, personal problems when they confide in me, etc. It is hard to help people grow but it’s satisfying watching them achieving their goals. This job give me purpose, helped me achieve some of my goals. I’ve grown as a human being in my personal life and work ethic.
Unfortunately the level of enjoyment of the job relied on the managers personalities. The job can be physically draining. From constantly cleaning up the same areas, to mopping the entire floor when the store is closed.
Environment, coworkers, free food
long hours, management, work system
Your schedule is based on what management needs, not what you need as an employee, and there is a lot of favoritism and nepotism. Management is corrupt and there are a lot of interpersonal relationships and popularity contests. You get promoted based on how well liked you are, not your merit or work ethic.
When I first worked there it always seems like it's going to be fun and well paid job cuz well...it's Chick-fil-A they are loaded right? Unfortunately they don't pay well, and since the ppl working there are mostly kids it is what is to be expected. If you are an adult don't think pay will be too much of a difference, you basically have to come ready to negotiate and make sure to be firm about it. Front of house is easy work compared to working in the kitchen. It has it's perks but very few. Depending who you have as the owner of the building and who the managers are is how life will seem at Chickfila, I became a manager in about a year, and a supervisor in about 4-6 months. You put in the work it will get noticed.
There is an obvious favoritism because friends works with the operator. They should hear and support the concerns of employees and managers. Tension and hostility builds Some are racist. They never wanted to talk , you get ignored. Everything they say is a script. Not a good place.
They are true to there breaks.
You work 6 days a week.
I wouldn’t recommend this job to anyone. The operator I had was very manipulative to the employees. He would talk behind his employees back about other employees and pit them against each other. Threatened to fire a lot of people to the management team then when it came down to it just cut hours forcing them to resign because they were hardly working. Very low pay for the work expected. There is no diversity in this company. All employees have to be conformed to the and all the same. Does not support work/life balance. Management expects you to live for the company and that’s it.