Shift Leader/Manager (Current Employee) – Lancaster, CA – August 11, 2016
Been there for 4+ years already, and well... I enjoy my job, but I have worked late night shifts almost my entire time there. The times as a manager when I ran night shifts (4-12am), I ran my shift well, customers were happy, the store was great! But, my coworkers were unhappy and always reported me to my boss for making them work too hard. I love the job, getting to handle customers, food, giving others a great experience. Aside from the store maintenance I'd done, from cleaning to fixing damaged equipment, to informing my boss of all these issues even when they have been there for a while, it could have been much worse.
Free lunch as manager
No health care, no accumulated paid vacation as manager, etc.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – August 11, 2016
The workplace was always a fun and enjoyable environment. My coworkers were just as great since most were all around the same age. Managers were fun but yet weren't very attentive. Overall it was a great place to work.
Manager (Current Employee) – Lancaster, CA – August 7, 2016
As your first job this would be a good place to work. they work around your schedule weather it is a personal schedule or for school. this place teaches you how to work and clean and learn the basics of a job.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – August 3, 2016
a typical day at work was just a day. i came got my job done and went home i learned how to work at a fast pace with no irritation, learned how to operate a cash register, prep food and make orders management was okay. my co-workers? well, you know. theres some you like, theres some you dont .but i never let the situation interfer with my job the hardest part was when i first started. it was my very first job every the most enjoyable part was clocking out.
Shift Leader (Promoted) (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 29, 2016
The company exposure to customer service is incredible. Training and training was great to feel capable of doing the job. This helps when you are looking to advance to another position because it helps you deal with people and to be patient with the customer. It also exposes to deal will all sorts of individuals. Company culture is to provide good service.
Shift ManagerShift manager (Current Employee) – Carson City, NV – July 23, 2016
after noon check labor to see where I'm at and what I am facing on sales.. learning the new promo and a new test on the promo management dos the inventory my team co works help with sos and guest service doing the same same thing every day and getting it done the del taco way making shore every guest leaves happy ...and save are labor buy not blowing it
are company offer use some prizes thats if we make sos or high sales
making shore were all on the right track threw the day
shift leader (Former Employee) – Temecula Valley, CA – July 18, 2016
Work days could be pretty crazy, the company can be very unorganized, depending on the manager. Not everyone always showed up for their shift, so I would be left alone to run the store. I was not a manager yet, but I got a small raise for putting in a lot of hours and handling things on my own very well. Some days I didnt mind working on my own because i was able to gain more experience that way. Other days could be very hectic; i would be the only one in the store and it would get very busy.
i can run the whole shift and everyone would get along
no benefits and employees didnt like to commit to the fact that they have a job to do
General Manager (Former Employee) – Reno, NV – July 18, 2016
I enjoyed working for this company, There was an emphasis on training and following the proper procedures. There is room to grow within the company as it is expanding. For me I was not interested in relocating or this would have been an option. I was located in more of an outer market and growth was slower there. I liked working with my co-workers and upper management because there was a team environment.
Good work environment, food that was tasty and fresh