Cashier and Cook (Current Employee), Tulsa, OK – August 3, 2014
Cons: not enough hours.
I have had no illusions of this being a life long job. It serves the purpose which is to pay the bills. Hours are scarce. The work is demanding. Co workers try to stay as pleasant as they can be giving the circumstances. Advancement is possible but not always quick. There is room to grow in the company for sure.
Cashier (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – July 2, 2014
Raising Canes actually wasn't all that bad to work for. The one thing I hated was that management picked favorites like no other. If you weren't on managements good side, they would give you poor hours and treat you bad. Other than that the hours were good. The work was not that hard, and you had fun while doing it.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee), Mesa, AZ – June 30, 2014
Pros: there was music
Cons: everyone complained about the music being too loud
A typical day at work wasn't fun at all. All of the employees always had a frown and no one was really enthusiastic about anything like they should've been. Management was ok but not the best. There was only one manager that I liked. The co-workers never liked each other because of the past and never really smiled. The hardest part of the job is when – more... someone tries to get you fired when you've done nothing but mind your business and do your job. There wasn't really an enjoyable time at work. – less
Sales Associate/ Cashier (Current Employee), Shreveport, LA – May 19, 2014
TYPICAL AT WORK WILL BE FAST, FRIENDLY, CLEAN AND HAVE FUN. I LEARN TO HAVE PATIENT WITH CUSTOMERS, MANAGEMENT COULD GET DIFFERENT SOMETIMES FOR THAT JUST PART OF JOB. MY CO-WORKERS CAN INDIANS AND THAN CAN FOLLOWERS. MOST ENJOYABLE THING ABOUT MY JOB ACTIVITIES THEY HAVE FOR THE COMPANY
The resteraunt in Mid Rivers Mall Drive In St Peters MO is horrible its a bunch of kids working there just there for a dollar!!!!!!Most Raising Caines are great however the manager there is horrible, snotty and rude! the food tastes as its been sitting there! They just want a check I worked in the kitchen when it first started the manager was great – more... she worked her butt off now theres a manager very lazy and unprofessional Im glad I quit last year no one really cares there they really blew it when they got a new general manager!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! – less
Shift Captain (Former Employee), Euless, TX – April 25, 2014
Pros: friends, hours.
Cons: management, staff, pay, environment.
When I forst started working there, the job was fun and exciting because it was something different and exciting. But after a couple of years went by the managers changed and the rules were no longer being cared for. None of the employees wanted to do their job the correct way. The job wasn't hard at all, all you had to do was make sure the customer – more... was being taken cared of. The management didn't know how to run a smooth shift or care about an employees needs.
The ONLY enjoyable part of the job was the fact that I worked with my friends. – less
Raising Cane's is the best company I have had the pleasure to work for
Shift Manager/Fry Cook/ Cashier (Former Employee), College Station, TX – April 3, 2014
Raising Cane's is a hard working company started from the ground up by hard working people. They provide a fun and easy going environment for their employees while coaxing a high level of job performance. Not to mention the great food they serve with high quality ingredients and the best sauce you've ever tasted. I swear I never got tired of eating – more... the food after 3 years of working for them. It is a great place to work if you are in school, the managers were great about working around class schedules and school events. The managers are quick to recognize hard work and they would reward you for it, biannual employee reviews give opportunity for raises and the company is never reluctant to provide advancement for individuals that have potential. If I hadn't been in college for my nursing degree I probably would have never left. It is the best company I've ever worked for. – less
Shift Captain (Current Employee), Natchitoches, LA – March 31, 2014
My shifts at Raising Canes are always full of laughter, smiles, and a good time. We know how to have fun at work while providing quick, friendly, and genuine customer service. My management is great and they are always understanding that school comes first. I cannot think of anything that I could say is hard about my job. All of the people I work with – more... are like family and we have our ups and downs, but ninety-nine percent of the time we all get a long and have a great shift. – less
Crew Member (Former Employee), Columbus, OH – February 7, 2014
I loved working at raising canes. the environment is very fun and our customers love us. I would recommend raising canes to anyone who is looking for a job or even a career. A typical day at work was like a day out with good friends. the hardest part was not smiling.