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RAISING CANE'S CHICKEN FINGERS Employer Reviews

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great company, depends on where you work
o Operations Manager, Copperfield (Former Employee), Houston, TXOctober 6, 2014
Pros: free food
Cons: long shifts, no breaks, crazy performance grading
A great deal of your experience with Raising Cane's will depend on which location you are assigned to, and with whom you work.
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Great culture and upper management
Certified Training Manager (Current Employee), Baton Rouge, LASeptember 16, 2014
I have received much development and training with the company.
There are high expectations to meet goals on labor, food quality, food costs etc. I learned how to maximize my time to meet these goals.
The most enjoyable part is the amount of community involvement done by this company.
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One Love
Cashier/Cook (Former Employee), North Charleston, SCJuly 20, 2014
Very relaxing and you work hard but have fun .. Its a very unique store that has great workers and amazing quality chicken fingers
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Unprofessional Human Resources
Training Shift Manager (Former Employee), Hammond, LAMarch 19, 2014
Pros: free meal
Cons: no breaks during an eight hour or longer shift.
Human Resources withheld disability paychecks for over two months. When questioned about the problem, HR representative stated "That is not my problem."

Other than HR unprofessional approach, I enjoyed the work environment. The position was stressful and I was required to answer my phone at all times.
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Fun place to work
GENERAL MANAGER (Former Employee), Columbus, OHMarch 16, 2014
Pros: fun culture, great work-life balance
Cons: unsustainable growth, low pay
Fun environment, with a great culture. Quality is of utmost importance and there is strong job growth opportunities and development. Unfortunately, the company is growing a little faster than is sustainable, resulting in questionable promotions and hires. The money also leaves a little bit to be desired.
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Don't work here... just don't
Cashier (Former Employee), San Antonio, TXMarch 12, 2014
Pros: the food is good
Cons: everything
I was there for only a few months, they were not very nice to employees, the general manager was constantly yelling at employees, another manager would micro manage and shadow you until you had to ask if they needed something. No break were given, ever. The employees tried to fight for breaks since they worked hard for a long period of time, but the – more... general manager said that they were not required to give breaks in the state of Texas. If you begged enough and they felt nice that day you could order something with a 50% discount and go to the back with a maximum of 7 mins to eat. Overall, they don't care for their employees and they wonder why so many have walked out in the last few months. – less
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fast paced and fun
Fry Cook (Current Employee), Monroe, LAJanuary 4, 2014
Pros: if available i made an extra $1/hr after 9pm and regular raises
Cons: if equipment failed i guess
everything was always upbeat and fun and easy...learned a lot about food safety and such....my managers co-workers were all awesome....although had some trouble with some people communicating correctly
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Productive and Fast- paced
Kitchen Staff (Current Employee), Hammond, LADecember 27, 2013
The average work day is fast-paced, but fun services provided to our guest as well as a high quality of food.
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Fast paced business usually slow.
Counter Cashier (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVDecember 18, 2013
Pros: you get a discount on a meal up to 30 minutes before or after your shift.
Cons: they don't give you enough hours every week.
A typical day at work seemed to drag on and on especially when it was slow or when there was too many people on shift at the same time. I learned that there is no "i" in "team" nor is there "u" in "team" meaning that not just your coworkers and not just yourself are to be the only person/persons doing the job to make the business successful. Management – more... was management, what more is to say about that? My coworkers we fun and friendly to work with making working there fun. The hardest part of the job is working the drive-thru, especially when its freezing cold outside and super busy. The most enjoyable part of the job is when your working the first drive-thru window, known as "the hole", or when working the front counter registers. – less
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A fun place to work
Crew Member (Former Employee), Chesterfield, MODecember 16, 2013
A typical day would be making the orders and making sure it's right, then close down the kitchen when it's time to close, wash dishes, scrub floors and wipe walls. I learned the meaning of teamwork. The management was okay. My co-workers were fun to work with. The most enjoyable part of the job was having fun with my co-workers.
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Fun work environment.
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee), Lubbock, TXNovember 6, 2013
Pros: great staff
Cons: benefits
Great management, fun environment, and great culture.
Hardest part of the job is the high volume of costumers.
The best part of the job is going to work every day with the greatest co-workers.
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Fun place to work!
Captain, Certified Trainer, and Crewmember (Former Employee), Bossier City, LANovember 6, 2013
Pros: holiday events
Cons: unsteady hours
It is like one big family. They do things for every holiday and are closed for every major holidy. They take care of their crew members. I loved my job and only left because I needed stable hours.
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Cool culture and great community involvement
General Manager (Current Employee), TXOctober 9, 2013
Raising Cane's Chicken Finger is very a different Restaurant concept compared to the traditional venue where its focus rests with being very involved in the community it resides in as well as developing the unique Cane's culture within the Restaurant. Simple concept, Quality Chicken Finger Meals, but very meticulous in its processes and procedures. – more... The Company respects its employees and compensates very competitively. There are plenty of opportunity for advancement so long you produce the desired results as the company is growing at an alarming rate. Best of all, there are a lot of room for work life balance! – less
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Alright Place to work
Fry Cook (Former Employee), Richardson, TXSeptember 28, 2013
Pros: half price lunch, flexible
Cons: monotonous work
Very monotonous work (they only sell 4 things). Most of the employees are high school students and thus generally unrelible so you are always able to pick up shifts extra shifts.
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Highly motivated and fun place to work
Shift Manager (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVJuly 31, 2013
Pros: flexible schedule, great culture, strong teamwork
Working for MRG Restaurant Group and its ownership of several Raising Cane's Chicken Finger restaurants was one of the most rewarding experiences. During my last year working with this company I learned valuable skills about leadership, teamwork, and above all, how to really enjoy what I did in going to work every morning. As a manager, I adopted a – more... strong lead by example approach when it came to working with team members and interacting with guests. Ultimately, my approach to management garnered me respect from my co-managers and my employees. In addition, I participated in many volunteer events which MRG helped sponsor and organize. – less
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Fun place to work with a great culture
Shift captain/trainer (Current Employee), Hilliard, OHJuly 21, 2013
Pros: felt like a part of the company, not just a number
Cons: some rules and regulations that didn't seem fit
I love working for this company. It was fast paced and the customers were awesome. It feels like a party on a regular day.

They made sure that their crew members were rewarded and taken care of. We had a minor health benefit and a new bonus program.

It was my first job ever and I learned a lot about myself and about working in general from them.
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Great working environment
Customer Service, Cashier (Former Employee), New Orleans, LAJuly 5, 2013
Besides having several different managers among the time I was employed, Raising Cane's was a great workplace. My co workers were fun and friendly. The managers was nice and understanding. They were easy to talk to if there were any problems.
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Fun Place
Shift Captain (Former Employee), Ruston, LAJune 10, 2013
Pros: half off lunch, environment, hours, pay
Great place to work I started off as a cashier at a Baton Rouge Location in high school then when I went to college I transferred to the Ruston location. Worked there throughout college and became a shift captain! love the environment and the people. If you ever needed like really needed a day off someone was always willing to pick up you shift and – more... also if you needed to make extra cash you could pick up a shift. managers always nice and very professional! I just love this place to bad I graduated and now am an adult..LOL – less
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Fun place to work hard.
Kitchen Worker (Safety Committee Member) (Former Employee), Lake Charles, LaJune 6, 2013
Pros: cleanliness, discount on the food!
Cons: super strict.
Constantly busy and some dirty work involved but I have never worked in a cleaner restaurant.
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Great if you are in high school.
Cashier (Former Employee), Covington, LAApril 28, 2013
Was told I would be promoted after 3 months of employment. After 8 months of working over-time and begging for more training my hours were cut tremendously because the college and high school employees changed their schedules for more hours. My bi-annual raise was a dime, I didn't stay long enough to see the second raise.

About RAISING CANE'S CHICKEN FINGERS

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