Arby's was a great place to work. On an average shift, the crew of the evening, usually only 4 or 5, moved and behaved like a fluid machine. We understood what each other strengths/ weaknesses were and compensated for each other. We understood we were there to work and not to goof around. I find this necessary to say because you must understand the crew. We all became good friends, outside of work, and still, sometime 15 of us, communicate on a regular basis. But when we were there we worked, took pride in our work, took pride in Arby's. It was OUR work, OUR crew, OUR Arby's, OUR customers, OUR responsibility. Until I began working at Target, I thought this was more common. Now I know what a rare jem that was.
great overall crew work ethic, understanding management, friendly work environment
A raise would have been nice but pay wasn't bad