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
Front of House and Back of House Team Member (Former Employee) – Bothell, WA – October 10, 2018
I enjoyed working with my fellow employees and helping customers with their needs as well as being able to be the cow for special occasions. I did not have the best manager and was scheduled several times during my school hours causing me to miss classes and was fired for missing work due to me having ongoing medical appointments requiring regular infusion treatments that they were aware of before I was hired,
Front of House Staff (Current Employee) – New York, NY – October 10, 2018
the newest chic-fil-a was ran by people who really did not know what they were coming into when they moved to new york to open the one on fulton st. but there was a lot of things they needed to work on and it was mainly communication.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Overland Park, KS – October 10, 2018
Work is fairly easy, but needs a good memory and accuracy. The people I ended up working with in the end had neither, and would express their stress by yelling at the other employees. As someone who is good at my job, this was very frustrating.
Fast-paced job with pleasant coworkers but relatively unpleasant management.
Front of House Team Member (Current Employee) – Hickory, NC – October 10, 2018
A typical day at work involved checking the board for your position and doing as you're told. The lunch rushes were complicated enough, and were made more so by harsh managers. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing the children and exchanging their toys for ice cream cones.
Employee meals (6.50 subtotal or under for breakfast, 7.50 or under for lunch)
Short breaks, lack of constructive speech, favoritism
Chick-Fil-A Team Member (Current Employee) – Arlington, TX – October 10, 2018
Chick-fil-A has given me countless opportunities that I have happily embraced. The management is amazing and I definitely recommend working at North Collins in Arlington because it’s the best one out there. I do, however, have a problem with the wages because I feel like one must jump through hoops in order to get a decent raise. Overall, it’s a good place to start and it has definitely opened me up as a person.
$5 credit each lunch (pay the difference after that), 50% off of catering trays (limited), leadership opportunities
Always busy (can be good, but you need to breathe sometimes), May not always get a break, could be paid better, going outside to take orders in the heat or cold
A stressful workplace where everyone works very hard and together.
Hospitality Professional/Drive Thru Captain (Current Employee) – Sheridan, CO – October 10, 2018
A day at work looks like when I arrive that hard work starts right away and then very early in my shift I get a short 30 minute break that is unpaid. Then its back to work for the rest of my shift (up to 7 hours).
Team member (Former Employee) – Columbia, MD – October 9, 2018
When I first started training, it was very stressful because of how quick you have to move during rushes, but once you get a flow going and learn the basics, you'll develop your own system and be just as quick as everyone else! I loved coming to work pretty much every day, and it really is great to put a smile on your customer's faces. Make your job YOUR job and take care of your customers!!
Great service, Great Paychecks, Great food, and Great people.
Cook/Cashier (Former Employee) – Ridgeland, MS – October 9, 2018
This is an overall great place to work if you are looking for some place to work. Great environment, and the people are bery polite all of the time.if you are lookin for a secure job thwn this is the place for you.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – October 8, 2018
chick-fil-a was very fast pace. the company itself wasnt bad i actually liked it. i had some issues with a coworker and a manager. you have to complete tasks before you can get any of the discounts they offer.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Burleson, TX – October 8, 2018
A typical day consisted usually of very fast paced duties with constant pressure. The need to find something to do at Chick-fil-a was none like I have ever experienced. You would feel weird if you were not doing anything as everyone was constantly doing something to ensure stability. A good job for teens and young adults but would not recommend for a long-term career.
Team Member, Cashier (Former Employee) – Provo, UT 84604 – October 8, 2018
I loved working here. I also had such amazing co-workers that we’re friendly and fun to be around, yet we always still got the job done. It was fast-paced which I really loved instead of being bored. The management is really great as well, and discounts on the food was always a plus. If you asked to be cross-trained they’ll always try and help you and work something out.