Working at In-N-Out Burger: Company Overview and Reviews

In-N-Out Burger
In-N-Out Burger
1943 reviews
In-N-Out Burger Ratings
Average rating of 1943 reviews on Indeed
4.2Work-Life Balance
4.4Pay & Benefits
4.4Job Security & Advancement
Irvine California, United States
$100M to $500M (USD)
Restaurants, Travel and Leisure

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Entry Level Associate
18 Salaries reported
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Warehouse Worker
104 Salaries reported
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Sanitation Worker
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Retail Sales Associate
22 Salaries reported
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Salary Satisfaction
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 1592 reviews
Health Care
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Overall Reviews at In-N-Out Burger

Entry Level Manager | Barstow, CA | Oct 16, 2018
Best company to work for
The best company ive worked for. The only reason someone wouldn't make a career out of it is because it may take a while to become a manager in the company. At the same time as long as you come in to work daily and execute what they ask of you, you'll see yourself move up very quickly in the company.
Safety Coordinator | Gilbert, AZ | Oct 14, 2018
Wonderful place for a career
Most people think that "Fast Food" is unworthy of being a career. In-N-Out is one of the most well managed, clean, determined, career advancement focused jobs I have ever had. They expect you to work hard, follow the mission statement, and work in a clean/safe environment. They expect a lot out of their employees but nothing unreasonable. They have quality employees and reward them very well for their hard work.
ProsGreat wages
Entry Level Associate | Irvine, CA | Jan 21, 2020
The true American dream Job
When you go to In-N-out it is like visiting a show. From the moment you park until you leave you are smiling the whole time. Employees work from the moment they clock in until the moment they leave, and they we do it with a smile. We have the best customers in the world is what i used to say. You get what you paid for and then some with this company
Fry Cook | Cerritos, CA | Dec 16, 2019
Very friendly and caring and able to move up
work place culture is very fast paced, fun, and friendly i have learned the importnace of team work and how to be a leader; with out saying and "I" and saying "we"
Customer Service Representative | Santa Fe Springs, CA | Jan 28, 2019
Customer service warehouse associate
Upper Management mostly plays favorites with spreading hours and you have to work hard and provide a lot of favors. The hours were very low and ideally for part time work.
ProsFree food
ConsShort breaks
Entry Level Customer Service Representative | Turlock, CA | Aug 12, 2018
Great place to work with quick advancement depending on the employee.
Responsible for the operation of store equipment such as slicer, dicers, computer terminals, fryer, grills, etc.; Reported to work at the prescribed time for each scheduled shift and fulfilled the job requirements for the duration of the shift or until relieved of all duties by a direct supervisor.
Cashier | Torrance, CA | Jun 2, 2018
Fun Place to work
If you enjoy fast paced jobs, this is perfect for. as you all know, in n out is always busy but, makes the time go by very fast. I can't say anything bad about this company
Prosfree lunches
Consthey close late
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Gilroy, CA | Dec 17, 2019
great environment
while working at in in out burgers i ganied great coustomer services with my coworkers , mangers , and , assting the coustomers which will help me forthere on
Customer Service Representative | Chino, CA | Jun 29, 2019
It was easy to get this job with little work experience all you need is manners and a big smile/positive attitude.
You will learn to do everything throw the company during your shift. I really enjoyed working with my other associates as a team to get stuff done in a very upbeat and positive attitude. It is a really fast pace environment so you need to be alert at all times. Uniforms are very strict but easy to follow and they are upfront with what is required when you get hired. I worked in the store serving food and customer service is their highest priority. There are many job opportunities available outside of the restaurant and the company has great benefits such as health care, paid vacations and store parties.
Shift Manager | Baldwin Park, CA | Sep 26, 2018
Great Atmosphere with Great Management
Although the job requires you to be in a fast-paced mentality at all times, the benefits are pretty great. Reasonable wage versus other full-time jobs. Better health care than other full-time jobs and options to help train and open new stores. Fun environment.

Questions And Answers about In-N-Out Burger

How did you get your first interview at In-N-Out Burger?
Asked Jun 11, 2016
Applied online then asked an associate how to get in and they said come on Wednesday’s for open interviews
Answered Apr 4, 2019
I was a handyman for on the Rock Ministries in Bartlesville Oklahoma
Answered Nov 12, 2018
What is the work environment and culture like at In-N-Out Burger?
Asked Jul 5, 2016
Controlled chaos
Answered Sep 23, 2017
Get ready to fight a battle royale free for all
Answered Aug 20, 2017
is it possible to work full time (40 hrs) as an entry level employee?
Asked Apr 13, 2016
Impossible at entry level. Full time is reserved for high level employees that have management potential.
Answered Aug 17, 2019
Full time positions are mostly reserved for assiciates with higher levels in the store which are obtained by learning new things in the kitchen and getting better at them. If you work hard with great customer service and quality in
Answered Sep 23, 2017
Do they drug test new hires?
Asked Feb 13, 2017
No not yet
Answered Sep 19, 2019
No, unless you come into work clearly stoned they will not drug test you
Answered Dec 8, 2018
What's the average amount of hours I could expect working for in-n-out?
Asked Dec 27, 2016
20 - 30 hours.
Answered Jan 27, 2018
Starting out, maybe 10-20 hours a week depending on how busy your store is. After you receive the initial training you sort of have control over that.
Answered Jun 3, 2017