It depends on where you are, the one in UT I worked at was awful. Abusive co workers and owners that would make you work 10-12 hr. Shifts with no break. The one in CO was a bit better and the co workers were awesome but the hours were not consistent even with promise that they would be, owners would also micro manage and check the cameras every 15 minutes.
The work environment sucks. The owners micro manage and squeeze each penny. Employees come in and out each week. Steamers are always down and other appliances.
From my experience working at Firehouse the environment is terrible. The management is not management it's a joke. The store has a high turnover rate with hourly employees and it's because of the management. They hire someone and immediately start stabbing them in the back. It's not good business on the owners behalf to keep letting this continue.
The work enviorment is fast-paced. You have amazing co-workers and managers to work with
Answered - Crew Member/Cashier (Former Employee) - Huntsville, TX
Depending on the shift you worked and the people you worked with could be great and could be just ok
Answered - Line Cook (Former Employee) - Plymouth, MI
Very fun and enthusiastic!
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Moore, OK
The work environment was okay. Like any other job, you should always come in and always have a positive attitude. Especially, dealing with customers and for the rest of the crew and management. But, management made it hard to work there.
Answered - Crew Member/Cashier (Former Employee) - Muncie, IN
Awesome they always donate to the first responders and who needs it more than people that save life's
Answered - Assistant Manager (Current Employee) - Milton Florida
The environment is what you make it. It could not fun some days and not so fun other days
Answered - Shift Leader (Current Employee) - Tucker, GA
They are required to yell "Welcome to Firehouse!" AT every customer that walks in the door. Some customers are surprisingly dissapointed if they happen to miss them walk in. Not complying with this rule is a fireable offense!
Answered - Line Cook (Former Employee) - Knoxville, TN 37934