Store Manager (Current Employee) – Arizona – November 21, 2016
A typical day is helping those around you to serve our guests with the Highest quality foods and services in a clean environment. You help develop those around you while setting goals for everyone on a shift and then we all strive to achieve them together as a unit. We get to meet our regular customers and what their interests are. I get to work alongside some of my best friends every single day. I can leave my problems at the door and know that walking into work is going to be a great experience.
Nice place to work at however manager become unfair and treatment is not right towards some people
Fast Food (Former Employee) – Vacaville, CA – November 17, 2016
I enjoy having this as my first job. Everyone is nice and kind, it's usually loud you'll get use to it most of the time. The customers can be sometime picky and if they'll get their order wrong we get blame for it. Management have change over time I worked here for a year and a half. They have become choosing favorites and become rude to some employees. Overall that need to be change hopefully the coworkers will have your back and are fun to be around.
Free food every break, nice coworkers, lost of benefits, pay
Level 4 Associate (Former Employee) – Escondido, CA – November 16, 2016
Working at In-n-Out was a great experience, because it taught be a lot about customer service and how to interact with people. It also helped me learn to be quick to adjust to a situation that required fast thinking and reaction time. Finally it had people who were always willing to help and teach you new things that would help you make great progress in the world.
Associate (Current Employee) – San Marcos, TX – November 15, 2016
Starting at In-N-Out was strangely fun. My managers have always wanted me to succeed, and they constantly seek to train me to do new tasks. The company is great to work for - they really take care of their people. Something difficult about the job - but that I genuinely loved - is the high standards for performance and speed. You are always expected to be improving and doing better.
Sports Coach (Current Employee) – Kerman, CA – November 14, 2016
I love that were are able to have a one on one interaction with the customer and ensure they receive the highest quality product we have to over. I love that my coworkers work together as a team and everyone steps up to help everyone else around.
Manager (Current Employee) – Riverside, CA – November 7, 2016
Working at In N Out Burger has shown me what moral in the work place is. The hardest part of the job is the schedule, although they are very flexible with part timers, as a manager you dont have as much control of your schedule. I loved how devoted in n out is to there customers and the well being of the associates.
Associate (Current Employee) – Vista, CA – November 2, 2016
I have worked for this company for two years and have enjoyed my time there thus far. Great part-time job for anyone in school with a busy life. The pay is good and the company teaches its employees important values that they can take with them anywhere they go.
Level 6 associate (Current Employee) – Riverdale, UT – October 31, 2016
Everyday is something different, You work with great people and the managers are amazing. There is plenty of opportunities to advance and receive pay raises. They work great with school schedules and working there is a blast. Only bad thing is most of the time you do not get off on time they will tend to keep you a little longer that what is posted on the schedule.
Free meal, awesome benefits, great co-workers, awesome pay
Associate (Former Employee) – Gilroy, CA – October 26, 2016
I enjoyed working here lots of great people and fun times. work was fast pace and was never slow. Would recommend working as a high school job. Learned a lot there they teach great customer service and tach how to work with difficult customers
Level 5 Associate (Former Employee) – Moreno Valley, CA – October 26, 2016
Although, micromanagement could become frustrating after some time, I developed a lot of character under very good management. The environment was full of feed back, which I thought was excellent for growth purposes. The job was excellent for a consistent time with my busy and varying school schedule, and I really appreciated that.
level 5 Grill & fry cook (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – October 25, 2016
on a average day it would be packed and just moving five hours straight until your first break. at first it was fun but management did effect some of the work that needed to be done such as training, and making sure employees got breaks.. but overall i was productive at my positions, which made it easier for me.
Level 6 cook/supervisor (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – October 13, 2016
A typical day at work was insane but in a good way. We were always rushing around and getting things done but I loved it. Everyone was always in a great mood and all associates kept everyone upbeat and cheerful. I learned so much discipline about time and work ethic. I do not whatsoever regret working here. The management was perfection they were always willing to help all associates out and do so much for the company it was amazing. The hardest part of the job was the rushes. We would possibly get around 500 customers per hour and making sure we never ran out of ingredients was tough, especially if we were short staffed but we never let that bring us down! Everything from the customers and coworkers was just enjoyable for me. Contagious laughs and smiles was what kept everyone going and going. I enjoyed this job very much and definitely recommend it.
In N Out associate (Former Employee) – Centerville, UT – October 10, 2016
I really enjoyed my time at in n out, the work was fast paced and skilled, the co workers were great, and the customers were nice. For me I got tired of it all, the Centerville location just kept getting bad managers and a huge lack of help. But overall it thought me a lot and I got a lot out of it.