Restaurant General Manager (Former Employee) – Winfield, KS – July 24, 2016
If I hadn't moved my family back to Wisconsin, I would still be employed with this company. I enjoyed my job, the people I worked with, and the customers I served. Every day was a new adventure with this company
Back Yard Burgers is rising to the next level in the premium burger category and we are looking for dynamic, people focused leaders that thrive on guest service. We have immediate openings for entry level management and for experienced professionals who know how to develop talent and drive the business, all with a big smile on their face.
Customer Service Champion (Former Employee) – Boise, ID – July 22, 2016
I loved working the P.O.S. system at Taco Bell, and the company itself is nice to work for. I did like that the workers were frequently required to be trained for their jobs and had a constant opportunity for job advancement
Food Champion (Former Employee) – 4 different locations – July 21, 2016
Taco Bell was my second job. I stayed with the company for five years. The job is considered easy if you're a fast learner and quick paced at what you're doing. There were tough days do to different customers and or even short supply but we always managed to get through it as a team even with the help of management.
a typical day is interesting. trying to keep the flow steady and take care of customers is invigorating. The hardest part of the job is trying to stay up to date with the right equipment the store needs to stay efficient.The best part of the job is training and serving others and knowing we put a smile on their face and filled their bellies.
Service Champion (Former Employee) – Grand Ledge, MI – July 21, 2016
Typical day was running cash register and cleaning lobby while helping co workers, Learned leadership skills and cash register and learned a little bit of food preparation, Co-workers were usually unwilling to go above and beyond and lacked urgency, Hardest part was coming in and seeing the lobby and bathrooms a mess, From the start of my shift I would have to play catch up and that is hard to do in a fast food place, Did however enjoy interacting with customers as that would probably be the best part, Management was inconsistent as also management lacked people skills and not the best at training.
learn important skills. Leadership, communication, and responsibility among others
No stability, Lose co-workers often and even managers transfer to other stores or leave for another job.
Crew (Former Employee) – Decatur, AL – July 20, 2016
Working at taco bell is just like any other fast food job. Better than mcdonalds in my opinion, but its still fast food. The managers dont care much, neither do the employees, the customers are rude and the work is medial.
i enjoyed working there just need to make more money and better my self
Taco Bell cook (Current Employee) – Scottsville, KY – July 20, 2016
i liked to work at taco bell i stayed busy enjoyed working with the coworkers tried my hardest to be the best i could be i wanted to treat all my custmers like i wanted to be treated i would help everyone with anything i could i also trained alot of people that came to work there just need to make more money
Team Member (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – July 20, 2016
Taco bell is a easy job once you get the hang of it. The only reason I had a decent experience working there was because I worked with a family member. Usually they would have younger empolyees the most of the work, but then again this was in plano.