Associate (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – August 17, 2018
I loved working at in n out. I was there for over 4 years and just love the company. The management cares about you and your life and understand you have other things going on. They always make things fun and there are parties that you can earn as a store and most states have Christmas parties and a summer picnic
Associate (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – August 13, 2018
You will be stressed if you work here. It is an unspoken truth that you deal with more stress and drama because of the high pay. I would recommend working here to someone who is looking for an intense atmosphere.
Associate (Former Employee) – Rohnert Park, CA – August 2, 2018
In-n-out is one of the most fast-paced environments I have every had to work in. The company is known for their great quality and super fast delivery and that is because of how well taken care of the employees are that they actually WANT to do their jobs. Aside from working hard, the company also plays hard. They constantly have tournaments as well as family events to give the associates something to look forward to. Although the day to day work is extremely difficult, after clocking out you are happy about the job you have just done. And to top it all off, as part of one of the company goals, the company has different charities that all stores participate to help raise money for.
Associate (Former Employee) – Livermore, CA – August 1, 2018
Everyone at In-N-Out Burger in Livermore is very kind and hard working. It can sometimes be difficult to find a staff where everyone is committed and hard working, but that definitely is not the case at this location.
In N Out Burger Associate (Current Employee) – Waco, TX – July 28, 2018
In N Out Burger Is A Great Company To Work For, Everyone Gets Treated With Respect and Its a Very Friendly And A Family Company We All Stick Together No Matter What The Situation Is, No One Is Left Behind Or Gets Left Behind The Mangers Are Very Respectful And Work Great With Your Schedule Even If You Are Still Attending High School/College. You Learn A Lot Being With This Company Your Customer Service May Be Down At The Beginning But Once You Get A Hang Of It, Its Like You Cant Give It Up And One Of The Hardest Parts About Working With In N Out Is That You Must Work At A Very Fast Pace But You'll End Up Getting The Hang Of It, Almost Everyday At Work An Associate Starts Off A Song Or Dance While The Others Join Or Switch It Up To The Next Song But In N Out Burger Is A Huge Blessing And AMAZING Company To Work For..... I Think Of In N Out Like The Movie "Lilo And Stich"..( "'Ohana" means "family." "Family" means "no one gets left behind.")
Associate (Former Employee) – Queen Creek, AZ – July 28, 2018
It's one of the best places you can work for as your first job. They teach great customer service, hygiene, environmental cleanliness, and teamwork. The staff is very friendly and the company pays it's employees very well.
Associate (Current Employee) – Canyon Country, CA – July 22, 2018
Since day one, you hit the ground running. The job is incredibly fun and very quick, which helps your shift go by quickly. The only thing I can recommend if you want this job is, don't be lazy. Do everything in your power to stand out from your peers and your managers will take notice.
Good place to work for your first job. Might be a little intimidating and stressful at first but pay is Good
Associate (Current Employee) – San Jose, CA – July 12, 2018
If you’re in college or high school this is a good place to work especially for the Pay because it’s the best you will probably be able to get as a student. No piercings had to take my nose one out but it’s worth it for the pay. My shifts were usually 5-6 hours sometimes 8. They always keep you longer than they scheduled you which sucks because they don’t even ask if it’s ok. You will rarely ever get out on time. I’m under 18 and had to stay till 1 am one time! Is that even legal???? Also only one ten minute break if your shift is less than 8 hours which sucks. But you do get a free meal every 4 hours you work. Most employess are friendly but others aren’t. They can be very rude. I started in April and 3 months later and I’m already a level 3! They do promote very quickly as long as you’re a hard worker!!! Don’t be lazy just do your job. That’s something I like a lot. Being new to the job is very stressful because you don’t really get too much 1 on 1 training you just watch about 7 hours of video and they expect you to remember everything and just do it. They also don’t explain everything in the videos and you’ll get in trouble if you do something wrong even if no one told you what’s right and wrong. Also not enough lockers it’s firdt come first serve and I still don’t have one.... other than that it’s ok only thing keeping me is pay to be honest and some nice people
Great pay, benefits, short hours sometimes, promote fast
Short breaks, keep you longer and don’t ask, no discounts when not working
Associate (Former Employee) – 1970 Crater Lake Hwy, Medford, OR 97504 – July 12, 2018
Working here was mind numbing. Very simple repetitive work. Customers talked to you as if you were not a person. Management cared more about the customers than the employees. Not enjoyable experience, but pay was good enough to keep you there until you finally can't take the lack of brain function occupation.
You get a free meal while working.
No downtime, rude customers, cleaning bathrooms, under appreciated.
Fast paced and exciting workplace, with a family feel.
Cleanup Associate (Former Employee) – Covina, CA – July 5, 2018
Being a cleanup associate for In N Out Burger is a fast-paced and often times stressful position. However, these stresses don't come without reward! In N Out takes great care of associates from the bottom to the top, more than competitive wages, the culture of the company induces positivity throughout the workplace and its employees. This company maintains an extremely close family feel that can't often be replicated.
Associate (Former Employee) – Fremont, CA 94538 – July 3, 2018
I liked this job it was my first occupation and I think working here set a very high standard for my other jobs , after leaving this position for a better paying one i realized that the pa raise wasn't worth the environment I was leaving
Associate (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA – July 3, 2018
I truly loved being a part of the In-N-Out family. Sadly had to relocate but, I would recommend the job to anyone. It was very fast paced in which I thrived, and it brought such joy to me being able to provide great customer service to my customers.
Associate (Current Employee) – Middle UT – July 1, 2018
In N Out has been an amazing place to work. The In N Out culture is a thing that every employee embraces which is centered around community involvement to enhance the local community. One of the main ways that In N Out ensures that is by keeping a friendly place for anyone to be at. It is fast and physically demanding. Everyone is constantly moving and trying to maintain quality, friendliness and cleanliness.
Food, friendly co-workers, 401K, and health benefits
ASSOCIATE (Current Employee) – Fresno, CA – June 26, 2018
It's true that this company pays more than the minimum wage, by about two dollars. They make it up however by ensuring that you are working every minute and are staying busy. It's crazy busy in the summer time around lunch and dinner time. I work at the one where there is a water park down the street so we get pretty slammed first thing in the morning. It definitely makes you feel proud to work here, at least that's how I feel. I take great pride in my work and I hope that management shows appreciation for the hard work I put in. Sometimes however it is over looked and I question whether it's worth the effort some days to work as hard as I do. I put a great deal of care in my work because I understand that this is a great company to work for. I did custodian work here for about eight months before I felt like I was a little under appreciated. I moved back to being a regular associate to have more opportunities to get raises.
Free burgers! benefits for part timers
only one ten minute break in a five six hour work day, overworked