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They weren’t really fair there, some of the things they had me do were very unnecessary and unexplainable. They also didn’t tell me my piercing wasn’t welcomed until I was 2 weeks in. I attempted to change the type of piercing (at managers request) and she disliked that as well so I was told to get rid of it. I had a death in the family and then got sick severely shortly after working so I had to take some time off. I came back and they respected me a lot less, treated me unfairly and made me do unnecessary things. They destroyed my self-esteem causing me to go into a deep depression, I put my two weeks in and left. It was for the best.
Short Breaks, Unfairness, Unresponsible managers
I only worked for 3 months at Arby’s. First day wasn’t peachy, but I gained awareness of the fast food system and fast paced work environment. Management that remained there while i was working were tough but very fair. All depends on where you working.
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Arby’s is a joke the managers suck and are power hungry and don’t respect the crew at all and have done and will do anything in their power to get someone out including lie and start drama I don’t recommend working there I did for 9 years and was thrown out over drama and lies from upper management.
This place was my second home for a very long time. The pay is what lead to me finding another job though. Other than that the work was easy, paid off, management was amazing and I made real connections with my coworkers.
Discounted/free meals, flexibility, lovely management, easy work
No breaks, the pay
A typical day at work was always different based on what area you worked in. I mainly worked the front cash register and and taking orders in the drive-thru. Managers are like leaders here.
Free lunches, flexible scheduling, great leadership
change of management
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Employees are lazy and dont get all their work done before they leave and the next shift has to do it
Management not willing to work with employees with medical issues that pop up last minute and cause that employee to miss a lot of work.
Employee discount on meals as long as you are working
If over 18 you dont get a lunch break
Most of the employees were like a family. Management was great a little to lenient at times. No real punishment for actions. Pay was average and needs to be better. Very under staffed at times and other employees choose not to work.
Free food, caring friends
You'll feel unappreciated here. I was always expected to go above and beyond with no inscentive or raise . This job made me miserable. I couldn't have a personal life because my schedule was always changing and I was always getting called in. As a manager you are expected to always come. My coworkers , crew , and manager were cool. I feel like the higher ups don't care to help. They only care for the profit . They could pay more to help in employee retention . I made 10 an hour as a shift lead. There were days where an hour or two of sales would pay all the employees
Free lunch some fun people
No set schedule low pay
The coworkers are hands down. The best you could ask for! The term teamwork makes the dream work really comes into play here. The customer service skills this job provides are ones that set you for success in any position. Meeting all the customer and putting that personal touch in really make the shifts go by smoother and it makes the customer happy.
Discounted food and customer service education
Arbys is okay to work for when just starting out. Working 48+ a week becomes difficult when you want a work life balance. Pay is good, benefits good, but work life balance is off. They bring people in behind you that are making more than you even though you train them.The culture at my store is awesome it is like a big family. They work life balance is just off thats it.
Pay, benefits, culture
work life balance, people come in behind you making more
I worked at multiple restaurants as I moved up the ladder. Depending on your General Manager and other management, the restaurant can be built to have a fun, exciting culture or a draining, toxic one. The work to life balance is non-existent. If you’re an AM, be prepared to get calls at 10pm when someone needs help or calls off, and work 7 days a week, 10-16 hours when understaffed. You don’t get a break, either, you’re on your feet for 10 hours, and my store was so busy I couldn’t even eat many days. You are scheduled 48 hour weeks every week, mandatory. I enjoyed it for the development and skills it gave me, but be prepared to live at work if you’re a busy store or understaffed.
Health insurance, free meals, skills development
No breaks, long shifts, no personal life, mandatory overtime
The work isn’t that hard or difficult and usually the employees are good. I’ve had very few problems with managers and I usually get the days off that I need. On the bad side of things you are often over worked and under appreciated.
Bad for mental health