fun work place and be serious when its time to work.
Employee (Current Employee) – Williamsport, PA – March 14, 2014
i do my job and do the best that i can every day. Over the years working here i have grown to meet new people and some i still communicate with even though they are no longer with the company. I really wouldnt say there is much of a hard part to this job, except when there is multiple orders and longs orders and more then one of them, it can be overwelming only because you are trying to move as quickly as you can, so your customers are not waiting so long for their food. The most i enjoy is working with my employee's and ones that we can get along so well.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Kalispell, MT – October 19, 2017
For a high school student the hours did not work well with school. I generally didn't get out of work until almost 10 at night and I still had to do homework. The place was so short staffed all the time we frequently had to close the dining in part of the building which caused the drive thru to be really busy. The manager was rarely at work so they would not understand why we said certain things needed changed.
Arby's Crew Member (Former Employee) – Jackson, MI – October 19, 2017
Arby's is the worst restaurant to work for if the company is slow they give all the hours available to Managers. I feel that is unfair if you start out at 40 hours a week and then go to 12 hours a week I feel there. should be a explanation
I thank for arbys for the experience as a manager.
Shift Manager (Former Employee) – Newnan, GA – October 19, 2017
A typical day at work consists of counting the safe, balancing cash registers and doing inventory. Besides the work I did as a manager I would take orders and prepare food. The hardest part was telling customers when we were running out of the items that were selling fast. To me the most enjoyable part was watching the expressions on the customer's face when they would ask us to describe what comes on the new sandwiched.
Shift Manager (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – October 17, 2017
started when i was 16 as my first job, got passed up for promotion twice now after being told by my area supervisor i was next in line. Work 40 hours a week (closes) and sometimes only one day off a week while trying to graduate college. Do more work than the assistant manager yet he gets paid more and all around an unfair work environment. Area supervisor pays favorites, and can not wait to leave the and find a new job.
half off meals
unfair hours, advancement opportunity, and pay rates
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Mount Airy, NC – October 17, 2017
The expectation keeps rising while the pay never changes. Years of service or restaurant accomplishments mean nothing in terms of promotion. The company is entirely too focused on saving money that is can't acommidate current employees
Cashier (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – October 17, 2017
It is a good place to start working but also a good place to work at if in a transitional phase in your life. It also depends which location you are at because the people help make it enjoyable to work. If everyone can work together without getting rude then it a good place to work
Cashier/Server (Former Employee) – Carroll, IA – October 17, 2017
It was a ton of fun, so laid back and everyone got along. Never had problems with anyone. It was a happy environment with no bad vibes. Didn't like having overtime but when people couldn't be there I helped a lot.
E. Indianna Ave. - Order taker/ Cashier (Former Employee) – Spokane Valley, WA – October 16, 2017
Arby's restaurant was a great place to get myself acclimatized to working again after taking three years off for my education. I quickly made friends with other employees and management was wonderful to work with.
Team member (Former Employee) – Saint Cloud, MN 56301 – October 13, 2017
I was young and needed a place to work while i went to school. So i went into arbys to eat and they had a job table set up. I applied and had an interview the next day. There was a good work atmosphere because we were all stuck in the unfortunate circumstance of working at arbys.
Shift Manager (Former Employee) – Huntington Beach, CA – October 12, 2017
If you need somewhere to get money quick without having to look very far then Arby's is the one for you. At first everyone is like family but in reality everyone is very immature. There is a lack of establishment.
Cashier, Drive Thru, and Fryer (Former Employee) – Andover, KS – October 11, 2017
On certain days of the week it would either be slow or super busy, I always enjoyed the busier days so we weren't just standing around. I also learned how to handle customers properly and I have gained knowledge responsibility.
Back Line Cook (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 11, 2017
It is a great starting job but if you're looking to strive for more then this isn't the place for you. The Hardest shift to have is closing since they ask you to be out at a certain time and with you having to clean and deal with costumers makes it near impossible to get out at a reasonable time.