Working at Whataburger: Company Overview and Reviews

Whataburger
Whataburger
3.8
6638 reviews
Whataburger Ratings
3.8
Average rating of 6638 reviews on Indeed
3.5Work-Life Balance
3.3Pay & Benefits
3.4Job Security & Advancement
3.4Management
3.6Culture
Headquarter
San Antonio, TX
Employee
10,000+
Revenue
$500M to $1B (USD)
Industry
Restaurants, Travel and Leisure

Popular jobs at Whataburger

 Average SalarySalary Range
Restaurant Staff
134 Salaries reported
$11.66
per hour
$7.25-$17.50
Team Member
492 Salaries reported
$9.53
per hour
$7.25-$14.35
Restaurant Manager
2 Salaries reported
$16.00
per hour
$8.00-$24.00
Cashier
158 Salaries reported
$9.50
per hour
$7.25-$14.30
Cook
88 Salaries reported
$9.82
per hour
$7.25-$15.00
Salary Satisfaction
65%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 5396 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

Overall Reviews at Whataburger

4.0
Cleaner | Fayetteville, AR | Dec 16, 2019
Good work place not always motivated but not terrible
The managers and co workers and nice and easy to get along with. Most of the customers treat you with respect. They aren’t that great on giving you flexible hours but the pay is good for fast food.
5.0
Cleaner | El Paso, TX | Dec 9, 2019
Good worker
I think that i am a good worker, i always try to give all my heart in my work and i like work with people becase i am a person with a very very good character all people tell me that.
5.0
Cleaner | Houston, TX | Nov 30, 2019
it was fun
the place is great. you get a raise every 6 months or so. the environment is a wonderful work environment. very fast paced but easy to keep up if you know what you are doing
3.0
Cleaner | Harlingen, TX | Nov 24, 2019
Overall I am content with Whataburger and I would work there again only if the management changed
A typical work day was always busy and kept me going the hardest part was the people I worked with and die to a misunderstanding and a false accusation I was fired by management with out given a second thought I had no warnings and did not fully understand why with one Incident that I would be terminated. Overall I loved my place of work I enjoyed it and it help me get through bad times in my life, But the management at Whataburger is very poor.
5.0
Shift Leader | Fort Worth, TX | Feb 27, 2020
Great Place to work
At Whataburger there is always room for advancing yourself and your managers will help you through it each step of the way. Though as with any job there may have been a bad apple in the bunch, no matter what Whataburger is a family oriented business which wants their employees or as we call the Family Members to succeed. I would highly recommend this job to anyone who asked.
5.0
Cleaner | Katy, TX | Dec 7, 2019
My experience and View point of Whataburger
Working at Whataburger it is expected to be on time have a positive attitude at all times. The hours there could be way better in my opinion. There is a great variety of people working there that are helpful and friendly. I never felt threatened or assaulted in any way before. Overall I am glad I worked at Whataburger but over the past year they have become very crowded and hard to gain hours.
5.0
Cleaner | Houston, TX | Mar 23, 2020
Whataburger
Overall good way to start off in a job for young people and strongly friendly sometimes you just have to push and give it your all and keep your team up.
5.0
Cook | Fort Worth, TX | Dec 17, 2019
Great expect one general manager
Working for Whataburger is amazing if you get the right management. I had an amazing gm but he got promoted to area management. Then the new gm came in and just completely destroyed the whole store. He was even eventually let go for his actions.
5.0
Administrative Assistant | San Antonio, TX | Mar 16, 2020
Fun place to work but challenging at same time.
My job as admin assistant was to provide support to the Property Management team. I collected data on a given restaurant, i.e. building information, sales data, age of premise and any other data that would help provide leverage to the property managers during lease negotiations.
5.0
Administrative Assistant | San Antonio, TX | May 15, 2019
Challenging and lots of problem solving opportunities
Assist the property managers by obtaining sales data for the restaurants, real estate taxes and property information to leverage lease negotiations. Review third party leases to validate terms, conditions and responsibilities for both the lessor and the lessee, i.e. maintenance of building, parking lots, and sidewalks. Validate rent statements and vendor invoices for accuracy and process for payment. Review, validate and enter rent and property data into JDE for all newly constructed restaurants. Provides centralized administrative support to the property management team.
ProsExcellent working environment
ConsNone

Questions And Answers about Whataburger

What would you suggest Whataburger management do to prevent others from leaving?
Asked Mar 15, 2017
Teach management respect. Also teach them how to communicate better with Special needs. I have Special needs and have noticed most management at my store doesn't understand how to communicate properly or they don't communicate at all. Also stop moving teens and young adults up the ladder when thy are too immature, rude and insecure for the next position.
Answered Jan 25, 2020
Treat your employees with respect. Stop criticizing and laughing, mistreating the employees that work very hard for their job. Managers that have been there too long need to take Angry Management classes!
Answered Jan 21, 2020
Why did you leave your job at Whataburger Restaurant?
Asked Mar 15, 2017
The pace was find cause no one was worrying about the time
Answered Nov 30, 2019
Management needs to get control of the staff
Answered Oct 7, 2019
How do you feel about going to work each day at Whataburger?
Asked Sep 30, 2016
Ugh! Its a job just above better than nothing
Answered Jun 6, 2019
Usually sad and unenergized since you were just going to get yelled at by the manager so there is no point of even having the energy to go to work
Answered Feb 18, 2019
How did you feel about telling people you worked at Whataburger?
Asked Sep 30, 2016
Weird, people just told me. "When you start working, could I get a discount." Or just "I don't give a @$!#."
Answered Feb 4, 2020
HAHA, very embarrassed.
Answered Feb 18, 2019
How are the working hours at Whataburger?
Asked Jun 16, 2016
Like Monday thur Friday same sundays
Answered Jul 28, 2019
Acceptable
Answered Sep 30, 2018