Del taco (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 18, 2018
Del Taco was a fun place to work at it keeps you busy and there was always something to do. I learned about the different cleaning supplies they us for the food i learned how to make different foods on the menu.The hardest part was wrapping the value taco the hard shell one other than that it was easy working there and i would to work there again.
Cashier and crewmember (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – July 17, 2018
Del taco can be a very nice part time experience. It has wonderful people working part time hours. However, the full time staff is considerably overworked, and there is the obvious little room for advancement that every food chain has. This location in particular is very busy, so beware of the extra shifts and rush hours to come. Part time staff is obligated to learn to work fast, and mistakes are punishable by consumer frowns and coworker's complains, as with any other fast food chain. People will be helpful, but work will sometimes be unforgiving.
Team Member/Cashier (Former Employee) – Yorba Linda, CA 92886 – July 17, 2018
Del Taco is the first company that I have ever worked for. I quit back in 2015 and had decided to come back in 2018. The managers yell when it is unnecessary. They push people out if the way when they are doing something that the manager would like to do themselves. The employee discount is very limited. If your order for your meal is over $6; one item will be removed from your order and you will be forced to pay full price. Del Taco's Human Resources does not care about their employees, I had called four times, leaving messages regarding that I have questions and was never responded to. We get mistreated by customers and a lot of them our rude so if you don't like being treated like nothing. It is not suggested to work for a Del Taco. The coworkers seems to always be chill, but that's pretty much one of the only pros.
Shift Lead (Current Employee) – Lancaster, CA – July 16, 2018
Management is always on different pages and are never consistent. Management never shows recognition in it's employees for meeting goals. Trying to get management to conduct store meetings with employees to discuss achievements and game plans proves to be a strugle. Improvement desperately needed.
Assistant General Manager (Former Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – July 14, 2018
Del Taco was a great experience to learn and grow with the company, they offer many positions to grow into when being ready to move up. Working there they teach you a lot of food safety and food preparation.
Sales Cash Specialist (Former Employee) – Lake Forest, CA – July 12, 2018
work was stressful but enjoyable, the hardest part of the job was not getting enough feedback from the field managers, I learned to balance the different restaurants sales cash, what documents were needed day to day to make it possible.
Casual attire, friendly co workers, nice break room, free beverages and snacks
Cook (Current Employee) – Lake Havasu City, AZ – July 11, 2018
it all depends on the time of day on a typical day at work. learn to be a little quicker at the job. management is good. hardest part of my job would be putting truck away. culture is awsome. the most enjoyable part of day would be laughing and joking with co-workers thru out our shift.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Desert Hot Springs, CA – July 10, 2018
anna is a excellent boss just stay quick paced no hoursing around and remember to come in on time no embaqrrssments or no putdowns and follow rules and push the issue talk about power shes fair always and considers your opinion and lets you work but beat the clock and I obey
Cashier (Current Employee) – Menifee, CA – July 9, 2018
I am a high school student with extracurricular activities. I value my job & take my responsibility very seriously; however, it feels as if I’m never given time to enjoy myself. For starters, my school waver only allows me to work 20 hours a week. Perfect for a busy high school student who also needs time for homework, sports, tutoring, & social liberty. Yet, I often work almost 30 hours every week. More than I legally should be. It gets exhausting.
Assistant General Manager (Former Employee) – Anaheim, CA – July 8, 2018
To be honest working at Del Taco was very stressful and lacked in communication especially from higher management. If there was a problem with equipment it would take take days to fix maybe even months. Training is very scarce within the company as well. One day it would be one way, the next it would be another.
Manager (Former Employee) – Corona, CA 92882 – July 5, 2018
Del taco will give you the opportunity to become what position is best for you. The managers will work with your hours , communication is a must. the harder the work you put in the more hours they will give you. if you slack off it will think that you dont need the hours. always out your best and always smile when customers are around.
50% lunch for employees only when you work, free lunch for managers, great hours
breaks arent always on time or too early, alot of cleaning, must work fast as possible because of the timer