Chick-fil-A
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They say on their website they offer very flexible hours for those that are enrolled in school but what does that look like? Does it mean no work hours during our classes or does it also factor in homework time? Also, to everybody that is in college, were you able to work full time or was that too many hours? Thank you!

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  • Because there are so many team members at each CFA location, it's easy to get your shift covered or switch shifts with someone on your team. In addition to available shift coverage, management is very understanding about time off for important things such as school, mental/physical health, etc. I worked part-time while in college and it was perfect. Keep in mind that Chick-fil-A is constantly busy so shifts go by quickly but leave you feeling exhausted afterward. Consider getting homework done before each shift!

  • Flexible means flexibile. You set your own hours. You email them your schedule or just let them know the times that you have classes.

  • They have flexible hours as in if you have a class that, for example, ends at 2:30, you will probably be scheduled to go in at 3:30/4, depending on the availability you chose IF it gets approved. So no work hours during classes. When it comes to homework it’s up to you to figure out how to handle that. Full time and college seems a lot to take in especially since they both stress you out a lot. Part time is more manageable unless you have big responsibilities and really need to do full time.

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  • They say on their website they offer very flexible hours for those that are enrolled in school but what does that look like? Does it mean no work hours during our classes or does it also factor in homework time? Also, to everybody that is in college, were you able to work full time or was that too many hours? Thank you!