Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Fresno, CA – April 11, 2014
so far my favorite job i have ever had. i learned so much. there was plenty of room to move up and earn more money. i loved how everything was very fair. there was nothing unfair about in n out. very clean and respectable working environment
Fast paced, fun, hard working enviornment, with a lot of multitasking.
Shift Leader (Current Employee), Roseville, CA – March 31, 2014
Ready to get right to work and put in a 100% to your job! Working along side others, as well as training and helping each other is our daily goal. Dealing with stress is a day to day challenge that is met with charisma. I enjoy helping my co-workers and serving the customers with a smile and an open mind.
In N Out Burger Associate (Current Employee), Hesperia, CA – March 28, 2014
In N Out treats it's employees right while allowing anyone to advance through the ranks. The hardest part of the job is is making sure that the fast paced environment does not affect the quality of the product.
Cleanup crew, cook, cashier, shift person (Current Employee), napa california – March 13, 2014
Pros: free food
Cons: full time not provided
i enjoyed working with the energetic people it always was upbeat and everyone always had a good attitude. The shifts were always busy with different people coming in everyday it got crazxy at times but was fun too
Assistant Manager/CSR Level (Current Employee), Tempe, AZ – March 1, 2014
As a Level 7 Associate, I work as a Cook and I am an Assistant Manager. Customer Service is a major part of my work with IN-N-OUT. It is necessary to maintain strong interpersonal, language, communication and conversational skills. Ability to adapt and follow instructions. Ability to move from one work area to another at a moment's notice and multi-task. – more... Responsible for the operation of store equipment, and effective operation of such equipment. Ability to interact positively and productively with co-workers and customers. Understand and follow posted work rules and procedures. Report incidents as necessary and handle any escalations in order to meet the needs and expectations of customers and staff. – less
Level 5 Associate (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZ – February 25, 2014
Pros: free lunch when working, great pay, part-time benefits
Cons: repetitive motions
Everyday was a pleasure to go into work. All my managers as well as my co-workers always had a bright smile and a great attitude at work. Customers can easily tell everyone is enjoying their time spent at work. While this was my first job, I developed the best work ethic possible in my eyes. I also learned the golden rule to any business, The customer – more... is always right. The customers are the most important aspect to any business. If it wasn't for the customer would there even be a business to be had? The management was always friendly and also always worked with my personal schedule while I was in school or having medical issues. The company always took great care of all associates, giving us gifts for Christmas, throwing goal parties for us while giving away tons of prizes just for being an associate. If I hadn't moved to a location without In-N-Outs Id probably still be working there, at least as a side job. – less
Level 6 cook (Current Employee), Redondo Beach, California – February 20, 2014
Pros: free lunch, great people, yearly picnic
Cons: short breaks, only 28 hours a week
At In-N-Out as soon as you clock in it is fast paced and busy until the time you clock out. My day here consists of cooking the burgers and maintaining good quality and a fast pace for as long as you are on the position. After you have completed about 2-4 hours on the grill the managers will rotate you to an easier position in which one will most likely – more... have to do something dealing with customers, in any of these positions it is essential to have great communication skills with not only the customers but with the cooks and fry team as well to ensure fast, friendly, and consistent good quality. The people here are always energetic, friendly, and there is a great sense of teamwork all around, everyone helps each other out. The hardest part about this job is working a six hour shift with only a ten minute break, but other than that everything about working here is enjoyable, you meet great people and have fun throughout the whole shift interacting with customers and working with people who are extremely motivated. – less
Customer Service Specialist (Current Employee), Chula Vista, CA – February 6, 2014
Pros: interacting with customers on a daily bases.
Cons: short breakes.
*Greeting customer * taking their orders *making sure they get all the specifics they want in their order ** most of all making the customer feel welcomed and giving the customer the upmost experience as possible