Cook, Cashier, Food Prep, MIT (Former Employee) – Princeton, KY – May 23, 2017
Loved it, ownership drove me away because she wouldn't give me a raise. An wanted me to as a manager but I didn't personally feel like she knew how to keep one because we went through 10 in my 13 months there.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Dillon, MT – May 16, 2017
My day at work was fun, with good people and flexible. I learned to prep cook, cashier, shut machines down, and sanitation skills. Management was great and always willing to teach me more. The workplace was clean, flexible and organized. Hardest part of the job was clean out the vats. Most enjoyable part of the job is management was always willing to teach me new things and my co workers were good people, and great customers.
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Sartell, MN – May 16, 2017
Not a good place to advance. They kept saying they'd make me a manager and keep making excuses not to. They talk about anything and everything while you're on the clock and bring personal problems to work with them. May just be the stores I've worked at for them, but I wouldn't recommend it as more than just an into job to get on a resume.
Shift Leader/Manager (Former Employee) – Lincoln, NE – May 15, 2017
Working for Taco John's was a great experience. I learned a lot about beginning to develop my leadership skills and social skills. The job was providing excellent customer service in a timely manner. The work enviroment was enjoyable and a great starting point for anyone looking to gain people skills.
Customer Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Watertown, SD – May 11, 2017
Taco John's has always been like family and they're very flexible with scheduling. No one stays serious for too long but we all know when the tacos and burritos need to be made and get down to business. Its nice that they give half price discounts to workers and free drinks, Christmas gifts and a party! There's definite potential to become a shift manager here.
50% discounts on food, free drinks, Christmas bonus, IRAs, insurance
Team Member/ Night Shift Supervisor (Former Employee) – Sturgis, SD – May 10, 2017
Working for Taco Johns was the best first job I could have ever asked for. The manager was super nice and amazing at being flexible with everyone's schedule. She made sure everyone was doing their share of work equally as well. The level of cleanliness and organization of the restaurant was phenomenal. If you are looking for a part time or even full time job opportunity, I would highly suggest Taco Johns as an option for people young and old.
Great management, flexible schedules, equal workload
Cashier/ Front House (Former Employee) – North Casper – May 8, 2017
The hardest part about working there was trying to get along with everyone when they were have a bad day, but most of the time we had fun if everyone had a great mood. Closing was always the best part because that's when everyone would make jokes and just have the best time.
Closing Manager (Former Employee) – Kennewick, WA – May 8, 2017
This job is a great holdover, but dont expect to stay long if you wish for fair or even treatment from the managment. I worked theire for a long time, saw many people come and go, and very few were treated fairly. Hard workers were pushed till they left, and everyone else made to feel like they couldn't survive anywhere else. Other than issues with managment, the job was great. Wonderful people to work with ouytside of the managment circle, and easy to understand job
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Altoona, IA – May 2, 2017
I was over worked and underpaid . I work as hard as I could for them and it was for absolutely nothing. There was no advancement aside from the manager offering a position if I did not leave , but he never would follow through with his offer.
Fast Food Cashier (Current Employee) – Rockford, IL – April 25, 2017
I still work here. The manager is a very genuine person. Everyone stays focus and gets the task done. I love to be at the register because I have excellent customer skills. The hardest part of the job is working on the line or putting the food up from the truck.