Starting some days off with good attitudes and other days it seems everyone is upset with the manager because of his ignorance and all the harassing about little things. People cannot work with someone who is always finding something wrong with you work every day but tells you that you are a hard worker. This job was stressful and confusing.
It was a good place to work if you needed alot of hours to fill your bank account and your spare time to stay out of trouble
Prep Cook and Line Cook (Former Employee) – Williams, AZ – June 15, 2018
I liked working for KFC/Taco Bell because i knew that no matter what i was gonna be able to work ad many hours as i wanted to, on top of all the hours i didnt want to.. i was paying all my bills and having money left over afterward so i feel that in all it was a good place to work for me
I knew the only way i was losing my job was if i was to quit..
Sometimes i ended up working 16 hr days, 5 or 6 days a week
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Holly Springs, NC – June 14, 2018
A typical day at work for me at this place would start off pretty steady. We would of course have our peak time where it would get very busy but that did make the time go by quicker. I enjoyed meeting different people and getting to know them. The hardest part of the job was working in a place with no air conditioning.
Cashier/ Customer Service (Former Employee) – Bakersfield, CA – June 14, 2018
Working at KFC can a little stressful but theres a lot of teenagers that make the place fun. The managers are nice as well. The environment is diffcult because your working at a fast food. But overall i meet a lot of my friends there.
Cashier and Customer Service (Former Employee) – West Springfield, MA – June 14, 2018
As long as you're all right with being a little ostracized in the beginning because you're being trained, the job itself is not bad. Most jobs aren't bad it's just the people you work with can end up being ridiculous. Especially in the heat of a kitchen, where by 12pm the entire restaurant is full of hungry customers. And sometimes, people get hangry and act like they don't know how to speak to a cashier without practically yelling their order and then looking at the cashier messed up.
Even when you try hard to make sure the order is right, if the team work is not on point in the kitchen. If they aren't paying attention to their screens, orders will come out wrong. And if you're the cashier, you're going to be the one getting yelled at until you give them a new order or get your manager.
Cook (Former Employee) – Van Buren, AR – June 14, 2018
Decent co-workers and just as decent management. Deffinetly not the worst place to be employed. Routine was strait forward and consistent. I really liked how none of the managers acted superior to the crew. They worked right alongside us.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Kerman, CA – June 14, 2018
More concerned about product selling vs training employees. I was terrified because I had not finished my training on the computer before hand and the SM would't let me finish anything. Their expectations for a fast food chain are ridiculously insane. 1 minute to take an order and pack it; together. Hated it.