Team Leader (Current Employee) – Fontana, CA – February 4, 2019
When I stared working there Everyone was nice and helpful then starting like on 2 months there was less help and u have to do stuff by yourself when I got better and became really good they was no such thing has TEAM WORK and i had to enforce and now I juts can’t be doing it by myself
I had to pay for my meal still and I had employee discount
CASHIER (Former Employee) – Fullerton, CA – February 1, 2019
my co workers were nice, the pay was low and i worked overtime a lot. the schedue was pretty fixed and the managers are usually on top of everything. they were good but werent annoying. we just worked and it was ok.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Santa Ana, CA – January 30, 2019
You had to be on time , everyone would do their job. I would clean , cook , cashier. Clean around my area to look clean . I was nice to alll customers, and when they were rude I would tell my boss about our problems.
General Manager (Former Employee) – Smyrna, GA – January 28, 2019
I worked for this del taco for 14 years!!! I started as a cashier and moved my way up to store manager. This company gave me the opportunity to relocate states and open a new market. Great experience working for this awesome company.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Valencia, CA – January 28, 2019
Del Taco is a good job if your looking for something part time and don't have to pay many bills. They don't give very many hours and if they do give you hours on the schedule they tell you to leave early because its slow.
Team Leader (Current Employee) – Springville, UT – January 27, 2019
On a normal day I would clock in at about 4 P.M. and I would leave around 11 P.M. , and I would clean the store and take the orders and make sure that the food was out fast and our customers were happy. I learned how to deal with unhappy customers and stay level headed in busy and stressful situations. The management was good. The culture was awesome. Making sure we get the orders out fast. I loved my co workers.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Roseburg, OR – January 25, 2019
most of the people there were related in some way. no advancement offered even though I told them I wanted to be trained in other areas. Drug deals being made by one of the managers during shift on property.
District Manager (Current Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – January 21, 2019
Flexibility within job responsibilities Autonomy within leadership Team building opportunities Ability to grow market by building sales and maintaining low turnover rates among management and team leaders
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – January 18, 2019
At times I did like working here. Customers were nice and the employees were nice as well at times. Managers we're not as strict with all employees to make sure they got their job done properly. Stressful environment for myself as it was my first job and I did not really like social interaction. But being as it is a communication job, for me it helped me open up more with people and become more personable. There needs to be more people on cash registers. Better communication between the cooks and cashier's. Keeping up with cleaning duties while also having customers come in is a nightmare. Especially because most of the time the managers prioretized helping the drive thru rather than the one person on the front. Mostly managers working than actual employees. Many employees got little work the least being 2 hours and then being told to just go home. If your going to give someone only 2 hours and then tell them to go home when they're already there, just call them before they come in so they don't waste time getting there. Training of newly hired employees was basically being put on the front with no experience and not alot of help from another employee who's also running something else and can't help you out alot. Managers basically did not help until asked. Why would you put someone that has no experience on their first day in front of customers when they don't even know the menu or what is in the food. And so you basically feel like you are annoying the people around you and that you're an idiot constantly asking for help because they don't train you until the new store thatmore... you're going to be working at opens. One manager kept telling me within my first week of having no experience or sense of all the tasks that I need to have done by my clock out time, that I needed to manage my time better. Well if someone made sure that they put trained employees on the clock I would know what to do in a more efficient time so please don't hound.less
Discount on food. Good people.
Discount was only up to $6, Feet and back pain(expected though), Not alot of employees picking up the slack off work that needs to be done, Only one person at the front or at the drive, Which means you're in charge with the keepup and taking orders at the same time.
Team member (Former Employee) – Federal Way, WA – January 17, 2019
It was my first job, I was 16 and didn’t know anything but as the days went by I got the hang of it. It was challenging the first few weeks especially around lunch. But at the end of the day it was always something that turned out good