Taco Bell overall was a great place to work. It started off as a family first. Everyone worked with each other. They cared about how you as a person feel. But then changes started to happen and there was no communication on what’s going on. I’ve learned a lot and have grew with the company and I appreciate everything they have done for me
Management (Former Employee) – NC – October 21, 2018
The Management training program is a COMPLETE train wreck! Be prepared for a ZERO quality of life! Management are over worked, stressed and run down. You will need to sleep on your days off in order to feel like a human being.
Unorganized. Generally a non-positive environment.
There's a reason they're constantly hiring management.
General Manager (Former Employee) – King's mountain – October 8, 2018
I was a general manager there and they do not care about you as a human at all. I have worked very hard in this business my entire career and I can honestly say that I would choose to be homeless before I'd ever work for fulenwider again. Yes, it's that bad.
No support from upper management, main office very little pay for the 70 plus hours a week you'll work.
Manager (Former Employee) – Murphy, NC – April 23, 2018
The management for this company was outrageous. They ran their management into the ground. Didn’t care about family or employees who was in a crisis. Only wanted you to work even if you was sick as a dog
It was a steady pace job,employees was hard working on most part,best day ever is when money is coming in by customers and everybody actually shows up..worst day wld be nobody show up for work and still busy.
KFC/Taco Bell manager (Current Employee) – Columbus, NC – April 25, 2016
a typical days requires me coming in, doing a shift change, making sure everyone is in position. Take care of customers, getting their order taken and to them in a reasonable amount of time. making sure employees have breaks if business allows cleaning and closing the store nightly numbers and inventory counting drawers and safe.