Team Member (Former Employee) – Reston, VA – September 9, 2017
Chick-Fil-A is hands on the best fast food restaurant out there. They maintain a very hygienic interior and a very strict about their policies. They teach how to work as a team and collaborate with each other. They also train their new employees very patiently and don't put them out there alone unless they're ready. I loved that job and still go there to visit.
Great place to work, and awesome people to work with?
Team Member (Former Employee) – Vero Beach, FL – June 20, 2018
I knew a couple people who worked there before I started. But once I started working I soon knew the names and faces of everyone on staff. The friendships and skills that I acquired there are going to stay with me for a long time and I'm glad that Chick-fil-A could be my first job.
Free food for every shift and a discount for food when the employee doesn't work that day.
Usually you don't get to pick who you work with, but typically everyone is pretty enjoyable.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Yuma, AZ – June 20, 2018
Clock in start making orders. Switch over to start making the chicken and stocking freezers. We get rushes throughout the entire day and my job is to make sure we have enough chicken to sell during rushes.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – June 18, 2018
Chick-Fil-A was a nice place to work. the job was fun and I met a lot of good people there. A great place to learn customer services, 2nd mile service, and other job attributes The environment is very fast paced and the expectations are high, so it could be very stressful at times. Compensation for time/performance were not great, and raises were small and few. Management was very lacking at times, and this forced others to take on more responsibility and they were not paid fairly.
Greeting guests, taking orders, as well as completing transactions
Team Member (Current Employee) – Cypress, TX – June 15, 2018
I became more proficient in multi-tasking taking orders on the register while at the same time making drinks and dessert beverages. The hardest part of the day was dealing with the rush that would occasionally happen. We all had a short amount of time to get the things needed to satisfy the guest as well as help other team members who were in need of help. I enjoyed coming into work seeing the people I had developed relationships with and having fun yet at the same time displaying a professional outlook.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Mount Airy, NC – June 15, 2018
Overall, I loved my time at Chick Fil A. Along with having a fun, fast-paced job, I built several friendships that will last a life time. Though there were times of difficulty when dealing with unreasonable customers, the regular customers who came in for breakfast or lunch every day felt like family and made it worth the while.
I also gained extreme interpersonal skills that have helped me tremendously even after leaving the job. This alone has improved my confidence when working with the public and having to speak or present in front of a crowd.
Free meal up to $8, Christian environment, able to talk about God and the Bible on the job
Breaks cut short sometimes due to business of the restaurant, hardly got off on time due to being so busy
Team Member (Current Employee) – Bowie, MD – June 15, 2018
The culture is very fast-paced especially during rush hours. I learned about hospitality and great customer service tips. The management was okay. The best part of the job was the discount and my coworkers.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – June 15, 2018
I previously work there. And the entire what I guess they call HR department will Target anybody that was darker complected. Which is probably why their turnover is so high. You'll definitely get hired but once you're there you will be treated differently. I promise you that, and you will feel the difference. On top of that you're talk down to. There is no food, no matter how hard you work you still got to pay to eat there. The only people who get to eat there for free is the owner, management and the owners family. No benefits. The pay is good! You'll get what you ask for, but don't expect to be treated right. Other locations seem to be fare though.
Chick-Fil-A Team Member (Former Employee) – Tyler, TX – June 14, 2018
A typical day would include mopping the floors and bagging food. You must always have a smile on your face and greet every customer with a friendly greeting. You will learn respect, time management, manners, and a strong work ethic. The management is very friendly and yet stern. They set the Chick-fil-a standard high. The hardest part of the job is the constant standing and go-go-go pace. You rarely ever get a moment to rest and the breaks are very short. The most enjoyable part of the job is the exciting, youthful atmosphere, and the discounted nuggets.