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.
During my time at Chick-Fil-A, the managers helped, me to become a hardworking employee with exceptional skills in customer service. They also had a standard process for if you were attempting to become a manager. Employees established relationships with the store owner as well. The organization overall was very organized.
free meal, then half off, scholarships were offered, managers easy to get in contact with
The work was fairly straight forward, and the machines and technology one must operate was easy to get the hang of. I had a great time talking with the customers while on the job, and adhering to their needs.