Dine affords team members to work on various projects that are often cutting edge. Working within a franchise business model provides a need for a gro
Director (Current Employee) – KCMO – April 6, 2016
Busy fast paced environment working with a talented cross-functional team of seasoned professionals. There is a positive dynamic tension that exists between the corporation and its franchisees that always make any new idea be proved out by demonstrating ROI.
Account Analyst (Former Employee) – Glendale, CA – September 28, 2015
DineEquity is a great company, I have learned so much and they help employees with their careers, have strong training programs, reimburse tuition for education.They are good citizens of their communities they do charity every quarter. I love the people I work with they are practically my family.
Director of IT (Former Employee) – Glendale, CA – July 31, 2015
People are very friendly and easy to work with. The company has great processes in place and best people to run the business. Restaurant business is very competitive; therefor, digital marketing strategy has to be implemented carefully to be successful.
L1 Technical support specialist (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – May 1, 2015
Working non-standard 10 hour days allows a great work-life balance. I learned how to thrive in a large corporate environment, while enjoying the personal benefits of working directly with a smaller, focused team.
Hour lunch, non-standard working hours, and great benefits
Culturally a disaster. Too much profit not enough care.
Director (Former Employee) – KC MO – May 17, 2013
People are simply cannon fodder. Do not look for a career. Trust that you will not be treated well except the pay, the leaders are simply not caring. Do not expect to have s "voice". Just a job with no real fellowship.
no one cares if you are there. no security on position.
Tax Clerk (Former Employee) – Glendale, CA – March 6, 2013
Toxic culture. Management gets away with opressive attitude towards employees. I was having the "termination" axe over my head every minute there. No chance to learn or bring in my skills. No chance of advancing. Not a career, just a dead-end job. It felt more like a job shelter than a thriving career.