For a company whose corporate purpose involves the phrases "have a positive impact on all who come in contact with Chick-fil-A", and "Be good stewards of all that is given to us", they certainly don't follow that model. I worked at two different stores and they both had the same culture. Run by young 20-somethings with absentee operators, So cliquey and toxic that it became the inmates running the asylum. Management allowed to talk about each other and private lives of team members without repercussion, allow abuse by guests. The bottom line is money. People are disposable and don't matter. If you make it into the exclusive club, you're golden. But don't try to go against the grain or you'll be accused of not fitting in with the culture.
Insurance, if in management and operator offers it
Cliquey, Biased, Toxic