Catering Manager (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – October 13, 2018
I love the work atmosphere at qdoba. The guy that I have worked for and with the past 9 months or so is by far a great friend and mentor of mine. He has helped me become a more complete and confident manager. He gave me the respect and tools and confidence that I needed to succeed
Cook (Current Employee) – Stillwater, OK – October 11, 2018
The General Manager was running it very poorly to the point there gonna hire a whole new management. Was not worth $10 an hour. Line held tips back from cooks when they were suppose to split tips between the whole shift except managers. High turnover rate due to management and short breaks if you smoke, no break if you dont smoke. Very poor place. Pay was the only good.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – October 10, 2018
It was a great environment to work in, the day went by fast because of the fast pace of getting customers meals pushed out so that there was never a long line. I learned how to work better in fast paces. I would say the hardest part about the job for me was not getting too overwhelmed with the lunch rush. The part I enjoyed most was working with such great people, they calmed me down when i felt too overwhelmed and they were all just great people to work with.
Manager Assistant (Former Employee) – Ann Arbor, MI – October 9, 2018
work there many years ago, very friendly. I loved the fast pace, good restaurant atmosphere. great team work. good food, clean,tasty and fresh. my shifts as manager assistant were crazy. many hours for the same pay.
Training Consultant (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – October 9, 2018
Overall the organization has an identity crisis. It has been through several re-organizations and many of the people that were there when I started have been laid off. They have had good times and bad. Expect to deal with a lot of ambiguity. The Corporate Support Center had become very political since moving to San Diego. Benefits are average for the industry.
They are growing, Energectic Company, Always Trying to Improve
Poor Direction, Too Many Reorganizations, No name recognition
Server (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – October 7, 2018
The job wasn’t always fun, but time flew by thanks to my awesome coworkers, we all got along pretty well. I wasn’t doing very well for a while, but my bosses were patient with me and I got better steadily. My shift supervisors were good teachers too, so I got the help when there were things I didn’t know. The only negatives I can think of are the rapidly fast pace of the restaurant, which was stressful and somewhat overwhelming at times, and trash duty, which was just more of a nuisance than anything.
General Manager (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – October 6, 2018
Typically very task oriented. Learning new recipes. Managing the employees to be productive. Workplace is somewhat uniform. We were to ware uniforms. Most enjoyable was giving good customer service and the hardest was getting all the catering done on time
Team Manager (Current Employee) – Greeley, CO – September 29, 2018
Excellent customer service daily regardless who is working or not, cares about its customers and staff. If anyone, customer or employee has any issues that need to be addressed they are more than willing to work on it.
Line Server (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – September 27, 2018
was offered a promotion, got the raise but managment refused to train me, trained someone else for the position i was promised then cut my hours back and eventually just took me off the schedule all together without reason and told unemployment i quit.
DELIVERY/DISHWASHER (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 26, 2018
management was great with handing out duties and teaching new tasks. there was an exceptional workplace environment. Everything was fine as long as you worked hard and finished your tasks and assigned duties.
Front Crew/Line Server/Cook (Former Employee) – Broomfield, CO – September 24, 2018
The best thing about working at Qdoba was not the food or the fun people, but the fact that they did not care about my piercings or tattoos or hair. I only got one dollars worth of raises in two years.