Take Out Specialist (Current Employee) – Sterling, VA – October 30, 2017
Great place to start your first job. I worked from 7-2 pm everyday I learned that you have to fast paced and quick to react to situation. the hardest part about the job is that you have to stay longer than what your schedule says most of the time.
Cashier/Customer Service/Crew Member (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – February 9, 2018
When I started chipotle it was a fast moving place I learned a lot there the people was nice some of the co workers were nice the hardest part of the job is you have to know a lot like temp food making sure its at the right temp and moving fast I enjoyed being there for the most part. I felt like the managers need to step up and run the restaurant more better not a lot of team players very poor communication skills
Cook/Cashier (Former Employee) – Studio City, CA – February 9, 2018
I worked in Studio City so there was always something going on. From seeing celebrities every now and then to just great and friendly customers. The people are fun & friendly. Always had a great time working.
Cashier and Customer Service (Current Employee) – Bloomfield, NJ – February 8, 2018
I enjoy working with people who are just as energetic as I am. There is always something to do. And that’s why I like it because I’m always on the move finding ways to make the store look and feel better.
SERVICE MANAGER (Current Employee) – Mooresville, NC – February 8, 2018
For the most part working for Chipotle is quite a task but all in all its a fun job to have. The job is fair and rewarding, competitive, fast paced and challenging. Brings new light to the term "fast food".
It's a great place to work at. Fun and loving employees
Based on Customer Service (Current Employee) – Miami, FL – February 8, 2018
A typical day at work depending on the shift it'll go pretty good just because it a good day and the great your able to work with not that shift. The hardest part is having to work super fast and under pressure
Exhaustive workplace with bad managers, but good pay and benefits.
Restaurant Team Member (Former Employee) – Brunswick, OH – February 6, 2018
You are worked to your breaking point, and somehow nothing you do seems adequate to the mangers. They often times made comments about me to other employees that I would consider unprofessional, and indecent. I overall never felt like a valued team member. I was also improperly trained by another employee (whom was later fired for unrelated reasons) and never had this corrected when I brought it up to management. Even with that, the pay is decent and the benefits are great, though I never was able to take advantage of said benefits.
Good pay, good benefits.
Bad management, exhaustive workplace, lack of perceived personal value .
Really fun to work there and the treats members are really nice and they also let you hear music out loud and wee all enjoy it
Cashier (Former Employee) – Blaine, MN – February 6, 2018
Like I said it's really fun to work there and the mangers are great too and fun to be with the rest of the team members . And if you make a mistake like everyone does they won't get mad . And you have patients wit you and you learn really fast and you get free food and discounts . The bad thing was there no days off you work every day 7 days a week and they would also call you to come in the evening if you worked in the mornings
Team Member (Current Employee) – Hillsboro, OR – February 6, 2018
I love working here. The amount of professionalism that Chipotle sets for their team is top notch. I love the customs and ways that each Chipotle has and somehow manage to be unique to each store. They have taught me that a sense of consistency and a mix of spontaneity can be manageable in the work place. Though at times it may be fast-pace, overall the experience you get from working at a place like Chipotle is well worth it.