When I worked at Chick-fil-A, I was just a warm body to fill the space. They treat you like you're a machine. Long hours taking orders in the drive-thru, outside, whether its 100 F or freezing outside--with no breaks. You can get hired pretty much anywhere if you have Chick-fil-A on your resume, but it's not worth it to work there more than 6-10 months.
Working with the Chick-Fil-A staff felt like working with family. It was always about putting the customer first and always going the extra mile for them. I believe Chick-Fil-A taught me the true definition of leadership, and I could say that I loved working with every one of my managers and completing tasks with them and coworkers. The hardest part of the job was probably lunch rushes and multitasking with a handful of responsibilities at the same time. Other than that, the work environment was always fun and positive.