Crew Member (Current Employee) – Sterling, VA – September 18, 2018
At Chipotle, every day is full of stress, and speed. It is a great experience to learn how to deal with sensitive customers, and learn to check for details. The management was great, any request for the schedule was made if given enough time for the managers to act. Although, since the low amount of crew closing was exhausting to the point in which is common to clock out 15 to 30 minutes later than scheduled. Nevertheless, Interacting with a great variety of customers and co-workers from various and different backgrounds is one of the most amazing things related to this job.
Chipotle Crew Member (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – March 25, 2019
Nice environment to work in. Multitasking and working fast paced will help you. I learn how to clean and build more customer service skills, Nice management going on. The hardest part would be a fast-paced environment but it is not that bad once one gets used to it. My favorite part is interacting with customers and my co-workers while making delicious food.
Service Manager (Former Employee) – Middletown, RI – March 24, 2019
Unfortunately at Chipotle the store is all dependent on the capabilities of the GM. Even with a good crew set in place it can all fall apart due to poor leadership from the General Manager of the store.
Crew member (Former Employee) – National City, CA – March 24, 2019
At Chipotle we were required a lot of labor for long periods of time. i leared how to move fast and how to greet and treat custmers to keep them coming back. the hardest part of the job was the lack of help when yu need it the most, it can hget really stressful. my favorate parts were my coworkers keeping my attitude upbeat.
SERVICE MANAGER (Current Employee) – Decatur, GA – March 24, 2019
Throughout the years through Chipotle I've learned many things with local and federal guidelines concerning food safety. It's a good job if you love being in a fast paced environment and care where your food is sourced from. Not every store is ran by the book depending on the location you're at. But if you do find that one good store and ran by a GM that really cares for their employees, then I would highly recommend staying with the company. You can learn a lot of things within Chipotle and you will feel self gratification and self worth.
Staff (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – March 23, 2019
It was okay but the pay I was getting didn't match the work I was doing. The work was difficult as I think it wasn't suited well for me but I gained experience in different kinds of fields of jobs and I'm thankful for that.
Line Cook (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – March 23, 2019
Not bad. Don't think I'd like to work there again, though. I didn't feel very welcome, I guess. But I enjoyed the work. My manager was a bit cold and intolerant. It was my first job and not enjoyable at all.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – March 22, 2019
i started out here as a line person. then moved to prep, and eventually i became the main grill guy. the environment is focused around micromanagement. Expect to be watched every couple minutes even by people doing completely different tasks. The field leader is terrible, and instructs the management to always be on everyone's back about every little thing. always short people so expect a call at least every other day asking you to come into work.