NRO Trainer (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – May 22, 2018
I loved working at Raising Cane's. Every day was fast paced but enjoyable. They made working fun by having friendly competitions but rewards for everyone. The managers always have a positive attitude and help anyway they can. Canes has a cool culture and advancement in many different fields if they want to pursue them. The most enjoyable part of my job was training new people. Whether it be crew members or management, I loved passing on my knowledge of what Raising Cane's is all about.
Shift Manager (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – May 20, 2018
Everyday at raising canes is a different adventure the rushes would be about 2.5 hours long with the proper training the hours go by fast. I've learned a lot about the different personality to work with and different communication skills, the management team could be your peers they promote internally and externally, most managers are internally so they would work side by side with you because they have been the that position before. Each Raising canes has there own culture but each and everyone makes work fun and a great place to be. Hardest part about the job trying to get customers to move as fast as you are. the most enjoyable part of the job with be your co workers and managers.
Great crew, management is hit or miss, business is stressful
Certified Trainer/Bird Specialist (Current Employee) – Covington, LA – May 19, 2018
Cane's is a great company to work a part time job at. A lot is expected of the full time crew which can lead to stressful situations. The management staff truly cares about the crew, but your career options are very limited.
This job is for the young fun fast-paced type of people. For people just beginning in the work force with not too many responsibility's.
Trainer (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – May 15, 2018
Raising Canes was indeed the most fun job I had but as an adult I wouldn't recommend it for people who needs to make a living of it. The hours are very late so if you have children that's going to be hard on them. It takes a lot of physical work so be prepared for that. The staff and employees are always kind and welcoming though. I'd leave this kind of job for the younger souls though.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Las Cruces, NM – May 14, 2018
Only one female manager out of 4. 2 of the male managers are inappropriate towards the underage girls. There is favoritism. If you're a hot girl, you'll get free food at times, if you're a guy the male managers just give you discounted food. Everyone gets paid different wages, almost a dollar in gap. Hours are very inconsistent and you almost never do the work you were intended to do on the schedule. Literally on the first day they separated everyone in orientation and kept it that way. All the females were front counter doing the easier work, all the males did all the back end work like cooking and cleaning and doing the dirty work; so there is sexism. Management approaches you for advancement in becoming a trainer and makes you train multiple people only to give the training position to a less competent person. I ended up getting put into positions I wasn't even trained for (that were for more pay) while getting paid the base pay.
discounted food, one good manager (female one of course)
An extremely fun work environment, easy to get along with crew members and make life-long friends.
Current member (Current Employee) – Shreveport, LA – May 14, 2018
I have learned how to work in very stressful, fast-paced and busy situations, learn how to deal with customers, and work a cash register. The hardest part of this job is working under pressure and a timer, but the more you practice, the better you can deal with it and it eventually becomes easy.
Half priced crew meals, fun meetings
The GM, stressful customers/situations, fast paced
Cashier/Fry Cook (Current Employee) – North Canton, OH – May 14, 2018
some days were cool others were horrid, managers usually do not know whats going on, lack of communication with the staff. General manager has no knowledge about raises nor does the district manager. management treat management and crew like dirt often belittling their work instead of helping improve. breaks are barely ran for minors and adults. No real training is ever given you are usually tossed into a position with or without help.