Cashier (Former Employee) – Wheaton, MD – October 11, 2012
The fast food industry is challenging. You have to be a very positive and mature person in order to provide excellent customer service to many different types of people on a regular basis.
The pay never seems to be enough but the friendships you develp and the people you meet make it worthwhile. Some customers who were regulars really expressed appreciation for the service I provided. Some customers offered tips, even though we weren't allowed to accept them.
Knowing that others appreciated my efforts made the job easier and very rewarding.
meeting new people, developing friendships and forming new relationships
Waitress/Hostess/Cashier (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – April 26, 2018
When I worked there we started a flagship restaurant so we got a lot of attention and customers quickly this was fun and kept it up beat and busy. Good customer service was in last in the managers helpdesk train to be the best that we cut at what we do !
Cashier (Former Employee) – Ventura, CA – April 17, 2018
This location was a fun place to work but they paid very poorly. I would work a 10 hour shift with no overtime pay. The management was awesome but they couldn't do much for themselves do to old age. They had me doing manager duties but didn't want to give me the title because they had no need for one.. They tried giving me a shift leader position with only a 20 cent raise but continue to do manager duties.
great first job to work at only if you're part time
do not work overtime unless promised over time pay
Cashier (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – March 29, 2018
At first working there was good but then all of a sudden they started to schedule me at times they knew I wasn't available. I was in high school at the time and the 2 days I couldn't come in for transportation issue I was called and emailed multiple times to come in but I had to work double shifts if someone else called off and that wasn't fair to me.
I have learned personal skills how to deal with the public in a way i didn't know before. workplace culture were always on point i get alone with people i have a heart for people.there isn't a hardest part of the job. we have love like one big family respect each other.
Crew Member (Current Employee) – Roseville, MI – February 15, 2018
I gained a lot of experience working at Charlys learning how to cook in a grill that I have never cooked on before. And also working with new people and show them the skills I have legends from my previous job
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Honolulu, HI – February 7, 2018
Handling money and counting money deposit answer the phone ordering product prep. Taking order make schedule doing inventory .cash registers also hold team members 7 people in a day , running the floor also
Shift Supervisor (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – January 23, 2018
Very busy as day progressed. I would usually go to the position that needed most help whether that was cashier or cook. I usually just tried to keep the line moving. Learned a lot about being a leader and being a supervisor. Hardest part was dealing with manager. Most enjoyable was the food was pretty good.
Crew Trainer (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – January 4, 2018
One of my best Job i had. I loved opening and closing, it was like work was my happy place. I prepped for the whole day, worked every station, managed the registers, the safe and bank runs. The customers gave me life there.
I was going to college and working there made it to management and the experience alone was worth every hour put in i worked 60 hours a week for 600 not a high hourly rate but descent money for a young man it was some of the best times of my life
Experience free food met alot of people and learned what i wanted to do for my career.
Cashier, Shift Manager (Former Employee) – Tacoma, WA – December 9, 2017
I enjoyed the experience as my first job, but that's about it. I was able to be a manager at 16 years old and it taught me a lot of responsibility. The manager at the time was the worst manager I had ever worked for. Lack of respect, terrible communications and a very absent manager.