Raising Cane's
Happiness rating is 61 out of 100
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Raising Cane's Careers and Employment

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About the company

  • CEO
    Todd Graves
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1B to $5B (USD)
  • Industry
    Restaurants & Cafes
  • Link
    Raising Cane's website
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Rating overview

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Raising Canes Crewmember in Arlington Heights, IL
on May 24, 2022
Working there as anything other than a high school student would be such a toxic environment. It's a good first job but not great for anyone older than 16.
Operations Manager in Ft Worth, TX
on May 24, 2022
Company grew too fast. Got greedy with how many stores it wanted. They forgot to take care of their store management. We were overwhelmed, overworked and underpaid. Could not get the support needed from upper management. Chose to leave.
Restaurant Operations Manager in Fort Collins, CO
on May 22, 2022
Find the right spot in chaos, try to be a floater or something that you're good at and can pass time. Constantly busy and staying that way. Changes in management.
Crew Member in San Antonio, TX
on May 22, 2022
At first it was pretty ok but literally day 1 my trainer was only there for half my shift and day 2 I had no trainer, some people here are nice others can be complete jerks and some of the managers don't understand mental health
Cashier in Monroe, LA
on May 22, 2022
Was a awesome first job ! Good hours when you ask and show that you want for them . Don’t burn yourself out overworking because then you won’t like the job ! The workers and management are super cool and funny ! The pay has changed and became pretty good !

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Process takes about a day or two

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Tell me about yourself, why I want to work at Cane's, my scheduling, what good customer service means to me, and what positions I would be more comfortable working in.

Shared on December 1, 2021

Tell me about myself. One superpower that I would choose. Why Cane's. One word to describe me. Availability. If I was comfortable working in the kitchen.

Shared on June 23, 2021

They ask about you like what motivates you? Do you enjoy people; because you several different faces. Your availability, transportation and or are you in the game all the way or not.

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