Worst Ive seen in years
Very Unorganized safety and sanitation is not a priority there the restaurant is disgusting and dirty in back of the house. Management is basically family besides the Paul. Its a very poorly run operation with no real change in sight. Would not recommend working there.
Culture is nice, employees are great, owner is awful and manipulative
Answered - Nope (Former Employee) - Pensacola, FL
The chick-fill-a manager when one of the female emploee on cash was talking to a male employee who also was a cashier anout a employee on the back line the male cashier stated to the femle cashier that the guy she is talking about is standing there she stated the he is a indian and the manager did not do any thing and when the talked to the female cashier the indian was punished for it the way i see it chick fill-a should not be operating in the west surburbes
The managers is too stressful and rude
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Very fast paced. They strive for excellent quality and speed of service with customer service as a top priority.
Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - Youngstown, OH
Friendly environment and diverse culture.
Answered - Team Lead (Current Employee) - Dallas Texas
Awesome, everyone gets along because they're all very respectful and know how to treat a customer. The environment is great all you see is happy people.
Answered - Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) - Richmond, TX
This was many workers first job and most of the staff are high school or college students so scheduling was a challenge and keeping them focused kept me going the entire shift. A delightful challenge
Answered - Director of Hospitality (Former Employee) - Papillion, NE