Questions and Answers about Chick-fil-A

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What benefits does the company provide?

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Free meal. That’s it. So glamorous am I right. No health care. And you have to work your tail off day after day for a 10 cent raise. Once ever six months. If you lucky at that.

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None. Only dental vision insurance, sadly. Pros: free meals, and OT

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I’ve been working for 7 months now. According to our handbook (the corporate handbook), they are required to give us a 30 minute break for every five hours you work. During a break, you get a free entre and side, and unlimited soda fountain refills (with your own cup). For me, a team member, they pay decently and I love working there.

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Benefits is the management take job

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None. Zero. You don't even get a free lunch and at the Christiansburg Virginia Chick-fil-A you can not have cheese lettuce or tomato on your sandwich even if you're willing to pay extra. You can have a plain Chick-fil-A sandwich for free after 5 hours worked that day, but u can not order a combo. It's ridiculous!

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Not benefits at all and there is not free food, just discount! Overstaffed or understaffed, not good control on schedule. Many young kids work in CFA and play around while a few ones mostly in the kitchen work their tail off

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401, Medicaid, health, and percentage on lunch.

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None. You better not go to the hospital

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Only management or "office type" positions like trainers, HR staff, etc are eligible for benefits. You can pay for your own health insurance if qualified and if working enough hours but they don't contribute.

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Free meal if 5hr worked

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