Level 7 Manager (Former Employee) – Santa Clarita, CA – September 5, 2017
It was a great place to work at while I was younger, before I had kids. It was an awesome place to make lifelong friends and make connections because everyone loves an IN-N-Out employee. The pay was competitive, company culture runs deep, and the health benefits were out of this world, great place to work for young adults, students, or people just starting a family. Its fast-paced and that can be stressful but the product you serve is great and it is an awesome stepping stone for the entering the real world.
Level 7 Associate (part-time) (Current Employee) – Burbank, CA 91502 – September 5, 2017
Managed breaks and overrides. Maintained highest food standards both in our division and our competitors outs side of In-N-Out Very clean and friendly environment with staff always training other new team members.
Associate (Current Employee) – Tracy, CA – September 4, 2017
deal with rude customers, work for long painful hours, make little money no matter how hard you work. The only optimistic view you can have is the one you can imagine... I currently get paid 13.50 and have been with the company for over 2 years...
you get one free burger everyday you work. work with school schedule, but doesn't pay enough to fund education.
Great environment to work in just lack of communication
Clean up (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – September 4, 2017
Would recommend to work here, the the environment is great, employees are kind and just like any other job it does get hectic but over great place. My hours are what sometimes makes it hard for me coming in at 5:30am.
Associate (Former Employee) – Goleta, CA – September 3, 2017
In N Out delivers a very high demand product, so the work place tends to feel stressful. As you advance through the positions you begin to handle food more than customers. Though it is fun most of the time, good management is key to a good shift.
Level 7cook/Trainer (Former Employee) – City Industry, CA – September 1, 2017
management was very attentive to needs. i learned about hard work, quality, and how to maintain a standard. It was first job. i think the most enjoyable pay of working her was that i was part of over 70 new store openings
Cook/Cashier (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – September 1, 2017
It's a good place to work. They pay well and treat their employees wonderful. And the benefits only get better if u want to become a manager. And they will give you all the training u need to work your way up
Good company, usually good coworkers, moderately competitive
Level 4 Associate (Former Employee) – California – August 31, 2017
If you want to better your work ethic, this is the place for you. It help me have a better sense of good workmanship, being on time, being prepared, and maintaining composure in multiple situations. The drive and mission statement of the company are it's shining colors. Most non-management coworkers are good people no matter at which store you work. The biggest issue with their company is their management. Throughout the year you'll have three or four different managers typically, and they're either great or completely awful. Store managers also have a little too much freedom with how they want to run things. Other than store management and assistant management, upper division, such as Regional/District or higher, are usually a lot better at running everything and maintaining poise on an extremely consistent basis. Other than the relatively small impact of management on your day, it's an excellent company to work for with excellent people; you definitely get out what you put in.
good pay, good benefits, many associate fundraisers and events to attend, giveaways, straightforward advancement checkists, many Distributors nearby so equipment it can usually be fixed within the day or within the week
scheduling on days off, Work Week turnovers are toigh, you may work more than 7 days in a row if pushing to get more hours, won't commit you to a full-time position unless you're on your way to management
Associate (Former Employee) – Draper, UT – August 30, 2017
It's a really good starter job for kids still in high school or just getting out of high school. It does tend to get pretty stressful during the lunch and dinner rushes, but as long as you have a good manager everything will be fine.
Fun place to work with potential for career advancement
Level 3 Associate (Former Employee) – Pleasant Hill, CA – August 29, 2017
The environment was almost always fast paced, and highly stressful. There was a constant drive to fulfill increasing customer orders. Advancement was not entirely easy as well, as there was fierce competition. Strong commitment to the company was required to advance quickly, but had a high payout if you were willing.
High growth potential, good for building customer service skills and work ethic
Associate (Current Employee) – Allen, TX – August 26, 2017
A good starter job for anyone driven and ready to work. The scheduling is bad though. Be ready to work a closing shift then turn around with 5 hours of sleep and work a day shift. The people you work with will be the reason to stay. Everyone is very nice and fun to be around. All in all its a good job but needs more consistent scheduling
Cashier (Current Employee) – Manteca, CA – August 23, 2017
everyone has there days but when it going good and we have burgers up we all celebrate. having up laughing making jokes. I could honestly say you will learn a lot while working here. our management I must say is pretty awesome they help a lot with tanning making sure we get our brakes overall best. hardest part is maybe you're already having a stressful day.