Overall Reviews at Chick-fil-A
Cleaner | Germantown, MD | Dec 10, 2019
Not a good place to work at all.
Managers don’t care about employees, they care more about customers than their own employees. Also many managers are just flat out lazy and sit all the time, getting mad at the younger kids.
Cleaner | Meridian, MS | Oct 15, 2019
Chick-fil-a is a productive business. They are accepting,polite,friendly workers.
A typical day at work was always busy and welcoming . I learned to be a team effort set my pride to the side when faced with difficulties. I believe the corporation was well organized and managed to keep everything together. The business is christian based and close on Sunday's as a result. The hardest part of the job was growing and learning to accept constructive criticism for my benefit and those around me.Seeing a satisfied customer and growing in my work ability.
Cleaner | College Station, TX | Oct 13, 2019
A typical day is 8 to 12 hours of being constantly on your feet. It was rare that I was able to sit down. However, there were positives:some of the managers were nice and reliable, and I really liked all of my coworkers
Counter Manager | Aurora, CO | Mar 8, 2020
its a very fun and caring environment
We serve and treat people how we want to be treated. We are not in the chicken business per se, but the people business. We care about making someone else's life positively impactful
Guest Service Agent | Flower Mound, TX | Jan 1, 2020
I enjoyed working for the company. Great experience and friendly people to work with. Only wish they would have health benefits. I would recommend this company.
Facility Supervisor | Santa Barbara, CA | Jan 3, 2020
My overall experience was good but there were a few issues that I would have addressed differently
The overall experience and training was amazing. I truly enjoyed the operator. A new director of Ops was hired without the proper background check and it turned out that he was a bad fit for the company. I have been offered a job at a new store in El Segundo for Chick-fil-A. But before I start I would like to see what else is out there
Quality Control Manager | Jacksonville, FL | Nov 12, 2019
Generally like most other Fast Food Establishments
Because most locations are independently owned and operated, the culture and benefits vary between each. Both I have worked for have had decent and very poor senior management and inconsistent policies and between the two locations, morale has been bad because of this.
Caterer | Waxahachie, TX | Jan 7, 2020
Great place to work
Great place to work, a christian based restaurant, the only workplace that I know that I am allowed to pray anytime with coworkers. Directors are very attentive and very supportive with team members.
Professional Driver | Queen Creek, AZ | Nov 27, 2019
Loved the Customers, Not the Staff
Working at Chick-fil-A was an experience I really enjoyed. I made many meaningful connections with customers and was overall positive in my work experience. Unfortunately, the culture can be difficult because of how much time you spend with fellow team members. The managers were wonderful, but it was hard to always have cordial relationships between staff.
Customer Service Representative | Houston, TX | Mar 11, 2020
It's a place that helps you make a quick buck
It really depends which one you work at but its best for people that are starting to learn how to work cause it teaches you to be a good multi task and a fast work environment