Cashier (Former Employee) – Laurel, MS – February 21, 2018
Only reason I was at KFC long because of my manager that lady was the best manager every. She made she looked out on us through it all, and she always had our backs to the fullest. When she left I had to leave it wasn't nice working for KFC anymore.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Stratford, CT – February 21, 2018
Attending school and learning money handling paid off for I had seen the difference in which i learn and use what i have learned in order to make a profit for my company an giving the customer their satisfy while
its really not a bad place to work but there is no room for to much growth with the company an most positions are part time an the pay is not really good for the fast paced an rude customers you have to deal with
Head Cook - Food Preparation Specialist (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY 11226 – February 21, 2018
Measure/mix ingredients according to recipe, using a variety of utensils and equipment; Adjust equipment controls to regulate temperature of ovens, broilers, and grills to cook; Prepare meats, fish, vegetables, fruits and other foods in large quantities; Open and close establishment while ensuring store security
Shift Supervisor (Former Employee) – Park City, KS – February 21, 2018
Need staff and new management to run the place. The place need a remodle all the way around inside and out. The equipment in building is old and need updated they just try to fix it before buy new because the owner dont want to spend more and the store so its starting to make it where he not making money and losing customers.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – February 21, 2018
I learned how to multitask and how to bustle through on a rush hour with a 86% accuracy. The hardest part of the job, however, was the management. Management was rather harsh and unrelenting, releasing their frustrations on team members, especially during rush hours and made things difficult.
Cook (Former Employee) – Midland, MI – February 21, 2018
a typical day at kfc starts off great prepping the chicken is the most fun there.then cooking it careful the job can get quite heated.then the closing part is fun get to clean up after a hard days work.
team member (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – February 21, 2018
A typical day at work is pretty quick and busy I started off as a cashier in front counter and then moved up to drive thru which requires multi tasking talking with customers while trying to memorize the order being given in the computer. I had an awesome supervisor. My workplace was busy and got pretty tough when many orders came in. But overall the funnest part of the job was learning the communication skills and learning how to communicate with the customers and making new coworker friends.
The manager took advantage of the fact that this was my first job and added me to the system late so that my first few days employed would be unpaid for. Due to the manager being generally disliked, the other cooks employed at that time would quit last minute leaving me to work from opening to close while in training and being the only cook made it incredibly overwhelming. In addition to cooking all the chicken, the cook was in charge of cleaning the equipment from every station and there was only one cook at a time to save money.
The food was free.
The manager was rude and the cook is given too much work for one person.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – February 20, 2018
There really was not a typical day there. Each day was different based on the customers, food, and service. I learned how to motivate people to do there job. As, well as, how to become a leader. The management here was rally understanding and open-minded. The hardest part of the job was understanding that the customer is always right in what they want. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with people who cared about the food and service they gave to customers.
any type of income flow is essential and working there helped pay for bills etc. had fun working with people I knew made work a lot easier and I am a very hard worker, environment wasn't to bad just basically went in and did my job
Team Member (Former Employee) – Wichita, KS – February 20, 2018
Fast food is just very stressful in general. It's not worth it to work in fast food when you get paid minimum wage. Also the store I worked at had a buffet and the customers would always make a terrible mess.