cook, cashier, server (Former Employee) – Moline, IL – January 7, 2019
Chick-fil-A is a very well established company which leads to in some cases poor management/ schedulers due to overs staffing. They are a company who is willing to bend to your schedule and is a very good company to work for part time. Especially if you are in school.
Cashier and Cook (Former Employee) – Toledo, OH – January 2, 2019
A typical day at Chick'fil'A would be interrupting the cashier to sign in, then going to the back of the store and stand at your station until you go on break. I learned how to be patient and work as a team. The work place culture was the best part about the job, friendly, and hard working. The hardest part about the job was working fast but doing it correctly. The most enjoyable thing about this job was that the managers let the people in the back listen to music.
I enjoyed the job the only thing I couldn't get over is the hour I had gotten compared to the new employees
Cashier/Cook (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – December 16, 2018
I worked there for almost 9 months. When I asked for a raise they declined my request and said I would get more hours.not so long after a new employee started working and my hours got cut. When I asked the manager why my hours went down he said that he needed more workers.
Back of House Cook (Former Employee) – 7597 N Mesa St, El Paso, TX 79912 – November 25, 2018
The job was very fast paced and consistent along with a good pay but with the owner of the store not always being there management fell onto team leaders and many were unfit for the job, constantly making it hard on others and actively trying to get others fired
sundays always off, no graveyard, 7 dollar free meal, discount.
poor management, really fast paced and tone deaf management.
productive, fast paced, and team work essential business
Cashier/Cook (Former Employee) – Greensburg, PA – November 8, 2018
A good fast food job. On average high schoolers will be employed or seen mostly. the older staff are usually the higher ups. most of the work is unseen and is done in the back. Everything in the store has a 2 minute window of completion as soon as the order is placed in. Out front staff take care of any hospitality needs and cleaning.
Raises were availbe, work plans included benefits if signed into them, staff was very friendly, good leadership
Too fast at times, very slow progression, tight working areas
during my time here i enjoyed it it is a fast paced job and if you can't keep up then you will get left behind. overall the pay was great i made more money there then i had at any other fast food job i had worked at and the staff was amazing it was never a dull day there if I hadn't moved away then I would still be there.
Fun place to work, but can get really stressful and fast during meal rushes.
Cook (Former Employee) – Centerville, UT – November 5, 2018
I enjoyed my time working at Chick-fil-A. The pay was less than I would have liked but they were very flexible with my school and football schedule. Free meal every time you work and unlimited drinks. Half-off whenever you come on your own time. As far as fast food goes, this might be as good as it gets.