Cook/Prep (Former Employee) – Ashburn, VA – June 19, 2017
its fun working in a industry where most people are your age or just a few years older because its easier to bond and make connections especially when your in charge of them. chick fil a teaches you alot and gives everyone an equal chance to grow in the industry
Continuing to positively impact people in and around the community
Director of Customer Service (Current Employee) – Columbia, SC – April 24, 2019
A typical day at Chick-fil-A is constantly busy, but maintains an upbeat atmosphere. I have never seen a company with such outstanding leadership across the board, leadership is held to a much higher expectation which encourages them to strive for the best. Everyone truly works as a team Hardest part is about working for Chick-fil-A is not having benefits. The most enjoyable part about working for Chick-fil-A is being able to set the positive culture for our guest/community and having the positive impact on someone.
Chick-fil-a is very flexible with work schedules if you are a hard worker. If I wanted more hours, they were more than willing to give me as many as i wanted. They are good with working with college students as far as leaving and coming back for breaks.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Miramar, FL – April 24, 2019
Working at Chick-Fil-A can be very stressful. I believe that we are or can be overworked at times. Overall, it is a good job because I have learned great customer service skills, how to work the register and give the right amount of change and how to be kind.
I understood my job role and did it well but the team support systems suck you would think the hardest position would have more support
Team Member (Former Employee) – Dumfries, VA – April 24, 2019
Working in the kitchen is hard but working chicken production line is a nightmare, when morning crew barely does their job and night crew gets hit with most of the work load.i would have probably still work there but unlike most people I stood up for myself and refuse to be disrespected. I love the operator but two of her managers were very unprofessional towards me and wouldn’t put up with it.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – New Braunfels, TX – April 23, 2019
At Chick-Fil-A you have to quickly learn how to move not only fast paced but to keep yourself busy by doing small things, like restocking, cleaning trays, seeing if drive thru needs help or cleaning your area
Customer Service Associate (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – April 23, 2019
Great place to work, managers did their best to accommodate your availability. Always able to be trained in new roles, great team environment. Culture was awesome, everyone always came in to do their best and create the best possible service.
Chic Fil A Team Member (Former Employee) – Vidalia, GA – April 23, 2019
I had an amazing time and I fell in love with Chic Fil A because of the people and the environment. Chic Fil A taught me how to be practice and work as a team and create a competitive edge to strive to be the best at what ever you do. This is a great company and made time the person I am today.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Norcross, GA – April 23, 2019
A typical day started at about 5:45 am till about 3 pm. Our store was very very busy and could be pretty stressful. I learned how to do a through job quickly and to be patient when customers and employees were challenging to work with. I learned very good customer service skills and relations. The workplace culture was usually fun, stressed and sometimes unprofessional. The hardest part of the job was the repetitiveness. The most enjoyable part was customer relations. It was really great to get to know the regulars and know them by name and actually get to know them.
Cook/Prep (Former Employee) – Cedar Hill, TX – April 23, 2019
Many times at night we would usually be left with only 2 other employees to close for the night which would make everything much more stressful. But some nights are bare-able only when we have enough coworkers.
Cashier (Former Employee) – McCalla, AL – April 23, 2019
I loved working there, it was fun and fast paced and my relationships with both employees and customers were so wonderful. The operator was kind of a jerk but my other managers were great to work with. Hours were flexible which was a must for me.