Associate (Part-Time) Level 6 (Current Employee) – Rancho Cucamonga, CA – March 23, 2018
In-n-Out takes care of their employees. It is a hard job to get but once you get it, it is a great job with security. The culture is a little hard to get used to, but once you get immersed into it, it is a fun and quick-paced job.
Employee (Former Employee) – Westwood, CA – February 11, 2018
I enjoyed working there when I was at level 1. When they moved me up to level 2, I wasn’t happy because I couldn’t figure out the cash register. I preferred cleaning and refilling things and handing out food and prepping the food. I like to do the grunt work personally, and I’m good at it, but sometimes I’d have 5 things to do and get yelled at that I wasn’t going fast enough. That was stressful and annoying at times. Overall, I enjoyed working there and met some very nice people.
Level 4 Associate (Former Employee) – Lemon Grove, CA – February 9, 2018
This was an amazing job. I loved working closely with all of the people there. The atmosphere was very competive and hard working. It felt like you were always trying to 1-up someone else or the other way around. It did get very crazy at times. When we would have a lunch rush etc. All in all i really enjoyed my time here.
Cashier, Host (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – February 8, 2018
It’s a great job . You learn to love the quick pace and the guest that come from all over the world to try the delicious burger ! Sometimes you can feel overwhelmed with how busy it is but that’s the fun it .
Associate (Current Employee) – Covina, CA – February 8, 2018
This place was always fast paced and the lines never stopped coming. However, they system that they have to make their food was very efficient so getting orders out wasn't hard unless there were errors along the way. Management didn't push us that hard to reach promotions yet they were always ready if we had any questions regarding our promotions. If they were informed about us wanting to promote they would help us. The company culture is amazing. They really believe in giving back to the community. In-N-Out is donating funds left and right in order to make the world a better place such as their Slave to None foundation and their can drives and toy drives. The most difficult part of the job is keeping up with the demand for food. There will be days where you are overwhelmed with big orders and multiple small orders of people eating now. Yet, the most enjoyable part would be the flexible hours and the co workers that you work with.
Free food when you work, discounts for merchandise, nice 401k plan.
Short breaks, long meal rushes, on your feet all day.
Level 5 Associate (Former Employee) – Pasadena, CA – February 7, 2018
It helps if you have alot of friends that work in the company but if your alone you need to try your hardest to please and impress your co-workers as much as your customers. A majority of people quit within the first two months due to location of the store. I personally worked at the oldest and busiest store, it was my first job from 16 years old to 23 years old. I worked there for a little more than 6 years and earned every raise I received, after a year of trying to continue my training and advance my position in the company I had multiple associates I trained pass me by and felt under-appreciated and over worked. Almost every associate did the job of 2-3 workers at this specific store.
Free Lunch, Paid holidays, Free events and rewards.
Poor Management, Poor communication between Management, and Assistant Management, Corporate disconnect from the kitchen.
cashier and multi-role employee (Former Employee) – Allen, TX – February 7, 2018
honestly one of the best places to work, they taught me so much on how to manage my time and helped me grow in areas such as customer service, management, and always being productive. Probably the biggest thing is you have to hurry, your constantly moving and getting things as it is a fast pace environment
free meal, great pay, good hours, great co-workers
Do you like burgers? Do you like the feeling of a hard day's work?
Team Member (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 3, 2018
IN-N-OUT burger teaches you that you are capable. The company has achieved legendary status and for good reasons. Being able to work for IN-N-OUT is a privilege in of itself and you will find all the benefits it offers hard to pass up. Don't even get me started on food.
With good pay, strong and capable management, and well crafted operations you will have quite the experience here. If you can show up on time, smile, and say "right on" you will find a fruitful future here.
An amazing job if your quick at thinking and moving.
Manager in Training (Current Employee) – Glendora, CA – February 1, 2018
I love working at In n Out Burger because of all the leadership skills you develop naturally over time. The harder you work towards a goal, the more you are noticed. Each promotion is earned and recognized by your peers resulting in seniority and higher responsibilities. All in all each advancement contributes to overall the goal of gaining leadership skills.