a good place to work , just needed more advancement opportunities
Cashier/Server/Hostess (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – November 21, 2014
Pros: cashier experience, discount on food
Cons: less than 30 hours a week, minimal advancement opportunites
a normal day here would began during breakfast time which is from 6am-1030am. usually the customer flow is medium. i usually try to get as many things done in one order as i can. As long as the guest does not wait a long time for their food/beverage they usually leave the restaurant satified. the hardest part of the job is not being able to perform – more... more duties to satisfy my guest. my co workers i have learned alot from including different levels of team work. the best part of the job is when the guest they say thank you , the food was great , and they leave happy – less
Cook/Prep (Former Employee), Beaumont, TX – October 28, 2014
A typical day at Carl's Jr. would be a smooth and mellowed day. No drama no managers screaming at you or saying your a slow worker What I learned from working at Carl's Jr. is make sure someone you know is not the hiring manager or assistant manager or you will not get a lot of hours because of what other people tell the manager. Management(No Comment). – more... My co-workers were fun to work with. The hardest part about my job would be having to listen to fake managers get mad because you are doing your job to the best of your ability! The most enjoyable part about my job would be getting paid. – less
Cashier and Customer Service Representative (Current Employee), Portland, OR – October 18, 2014
This was a good job where i was able to learn great customer service and was able to train new employees and meet all kinds of people. I was able able to learn how to handle some tough customer situations and learn how to handle situations with a better attitude and outlook.
Carl's Jr-Cashier (Current Employee), Rialto, CA – October 14, 2014
Pros: free meals every week
Cons: it takes a while to work up to getting alot of hours
you have you typical breaks for typical work hours but breaks are given sometimes a little late or a little early but still given. Was taught drive thru quick had lots of help, nice people. Management was a little wonky sometimes not always fair but most of the time good(: hardest part was getting more hours but i like working with my co-workers they – more... made time fly by – less
Cashier (Current Employee), San Antonio, TX – September 8, 2014
On average there was a few work rushes and one bad customer but overall the work area was a fun and easy going place. the customers were friendly just as i was friendly to them. my co-workers made jokes but made sure to get everything out quickly. hardiest part of my job was trying to understand some people and calming them down when they yell. the – more... best thing about it was the regulars who always came in smiling and made things a lot easier as they always got the same thing. – less
Cashier (Former Employee), Gilbert, AZ – August 4, 2014
The manger never gave me breaks even when I would stay to help. Also told me to give up on school and work full time there. Constantly hearing him always putting me down and making me cry at work. I will never work with fast food for the fear of having a manger like that.
Cook (Former Employee), Fairbanks, AK – May 19, 2014
Pros: free lunch
Cons: i did most of the work with not much raise opportunity
I enjoyed learning about the food industry and learned how to organize my job schedule. Being a cook, I found that I need to prioritize what is needed to be one now or later. Worked well with managers and co-workers. Enjoyed night time closing shifts.
Cook (Former Employee), Durant, OK – April 29, 2014
Pros: you got a 50% discount on one meal per shift
Cons: needs more labor allowance, no raises not even to the 5 years + employees. no breaks.
This place was a good place to work at. the other employees was good people and made work feel less like work. My work day consisted of extremely fast past short order cooking and very detailed cleaning. I found that the hardest part of this job was the lack of manpower do to labor allowance. Being short handed in a restaurant can get a a little hairy – more... at times. The enjoyable part of the was my co workers they are wonderful people who work very hard and shows dedication to this company. – less