Crew Member (Former Employee) – Rockwall, TX – May 2, 2016
Learning how to properly treat food, trained in food handling. Customer service is very fast paced and gets you out of your shell. There is never a moment to sit, it is constantly busy. Management can be indecisive about scheduling or giving days off. Crew is friendly and hardworking.
Shift Captain (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 2, 2016
At Raising Cane's I walk in and get greeted by all my fellow co-workers. I clock in and head straight to fixing up the dining room. I have to stock everything, give out assignment for the crew so this job can get done in 3 minutes and not 15. Then I head to drive through and figure out what they need in order to get the people that need to leave out. All the while, I need to follow what managers need done. It is a lovely place to work, but the managers are unorganized and inspirited. You must Smile and have fun but no one does that here anymore.
Cashier/Fry Cook (Former Employee) – Fort Collins, CO – April 21, 2016
I have worked at three different Cane's store and this store was the worst experience for me. The GM is very hostile and short tempered and repeatedly yells at and brings down employees. He also gets too involved in the drama. The job itself is relatively easy but you have to keep moving and the store gets really busy. It also pays well.
Certified Trainer (Current Employee) – Mesa, AZ – April 20, 2016
Having worked for Cane's for over two years, I've seen hundreds of people come and go for a number of different reasons, not the least of which was management. There can be quite a bit of confrontation between managers and crewmembers without respect to the crewmember's point of view. That being said, I have formed a connection with my coworkers that would not have been possible without the environment.
Half off food 30 minutes before, after, during shift; connection with crew
Crewmember (Former Employee) – Lafayette, LA – April 18, 2016
It was great at first, but the longer I worked there the more on edge I became. The other crewmembers were constantly bullying me and the managers were in on it as well. The insane hours was the worst part. I felt as though I had no life outside of work and there were no opportunities to advance.
Crew Member (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – April 7, 2016
I learned that you have to work as a team to achieve a task, especially big orders that came in. I also learned that making the customer experience blue collar with our product is the number one priority. That is why we constantly inspect our product to make sure it's good quality.
Crew Member (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – March 28, 2016
They will fire people who actually call out and have important things going on in their life over people who just started and only show up when they feel like it. They are never organized at all. They are rude and snooty as well and I dont think its right for management to act that way towards their employees.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Georgetown, TX – March 20, 2016
LOTS of hours during the week... If you ask for more hours they'll work something out for you. Management wasn't really that good but its like that anywhere you go theres always going to be that one manager that goes over board for no reason
Customer Service Cashier/Server/Food Prep (Current Employee) – Midwest City, OK – March 14, 2016
I enjoyed working as a team/I learned something new everyday while I worked there that benefited for each day ahead. Management was always there to keep us on track and was always helpful to us. Co-workers worked well together as a team with one another and was always helpful for what ever needed to be done for one another. The hardest part of the job was going home the end of the day when you were just getting started to prove what a good worker you can be. The most enjoyable part of the job was being a people person having communication with the public working with customer service.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Summerville, SC – March 2, 2016
Working at Cane's was one of the greatest experiences! The whole environment was fun! Our operations Manager was hands down the greatest manager I've ever had. The only part I hated was the general manager not respecting my availability and making coleslaw lol.
Half lunch, schedule on hotschedules, great co-workers
Manager (Former Employee) – North Charleston, SC – March 1, 2016
Canes is a very fun work environment. They give you an ability to grow in the company. The crew is very diverse and easy to get along with. The company events every year are fun. Management tries their hardest to make everyone feel comfortable working their.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Charlottesville, VA – February 28, 2016
Working either the front or drive thru, cleaning, and sometimes food prep. Overall most of the people I worked with were nice and I'm still friends with them today. Every day that I went to work it was enjoyable.