Cashier/Cook and closing procedures (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA 95118 – April 7, 2018
the job is of course a starter job; you get discounts on meals have health insurance and you get to meet people. but the location i worked at had a ton of management issues. For one they honsetky didnt care about much going on in the store, they were the ones fooling around too. The owner of the resturant and district manager had also ''fixed'' schedules in a way where they wouldnt have to pay their employees overtime if they had gone past the 40 hours.
Shift Manager (Former Employee) – Eagle, ID – April 4, 2018
Good job for teenagers who need a job to start off in. Carl's Jr does not pay you fairly for the amount of work they expect managers to do. I was a shift leader, so the manager below the assistant, and I was making just of $9 an hour and working a scheduled 45-50 hours a week.
Shift Leader (Former Employee) – California – April 3, 2018
They limit your hours to keep from having to provide benefits. Shift Leader: only got 50 cents over minimum wage. Worst job I’ve ever had. Dirty, nasty, and can be dangerous. Even with non slip shoes and mopping floor was still slippery.
Shift Leader and Cashier (Former Employee) – Amarillo, TX – April 3, 2018
I've worked there more than once. And both times was cool. I ended up getting promoted to shift leader which was awesome. But the work there is stressful. You have to do more work then what your supposed to even as a cashier..
CASHIER (Former Employee) – Alamo, TX – March 29, 2018
Very competitive as you have to compete with other stores. Many customers so you have to learn how to multitask. Communication skills as you have to inform the customer what is inside the food and be able to take their order effectively.
Cashier (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – March 28, 2018
It was an okay job. I was 17 and it was my first job. Now I see why fast-food is always deemed the "first job" and why its the worst type of job you can have. People, ESPECIALLY MANAGEMENT, try to talk to you like they're crazy.
Shift Manager (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – March 26, 2018
A day working at Carl's Jr is it starts off very slows and then sometimes it gets busy but for the most part it was very slow so we often got sent home early. This job showed me how to be more patient with really hard customers. The work culture was a mixture of all people, Management was sometimes good but also sometimes not so great but we work through the hardships that came along with the Job.There wasn't really any enjoyable moments, we never had anything special happen.
learned a lot as a managment
not being acknowledgment for all the hard work we put in as management
Lead cook (Former Employee) – Clackamas, OR – March 24, 2018
Working at Carl's Jr was a good job i loved just wish it paid more so i could maintain throughout my life. typical day would be fast pace very high energy. I loved my manger Maria culture was great you could learn from the different people. Hardest part would be making a customer not happy with there meal. placeing a smile on the customer face.
Crew Member/ Cashier / Shift leader (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – March 24, 2018
In this job I would do a little of everything. * Greet customers * Count Money * Get orders * Cook I did a lot of customer service. I enjoyed this job a lot. I stopped working in December 2017 because I was going to start my externship for Medical Assistant.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Rio Rancho, NM – March 24, 2018
Learned how to do multiple things at once. A typical work day included counting my drawer, up-selling new products, making sure he customers orders were correct and that they are satisfied with their experience here.