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The youngest person at my location is 15

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3 t-shirts, a hat, and an apron. You have to provide your pants and shoes

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I love working at taco bell being a shift manager ,im expecting taco bell is different than what I expect thought taco bell always slow but I noticed during dinner time how busy they are, there where I got interesting to work at taco bell, the food really safe to eat than any other restaurant , the store is not , dirty they clean AS U GO . IM PROUD THAT I WORKED AT TACO BELL

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The pace of working varies depending on the time of day

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Alcohol testting

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I applied, they called me the next day, set up an interview for the day after that. I was hired on the spot but told they usually do two interviews. No drug test, 3 day total hiring process (for me)

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The whole thing is stressful. They have extremely high expectations for the RGM that are very unrealistic given the way schedules are predicted. When you have 4 people maybe 3 after 10pm it can get rough. Because taco bells whole thing is open late. Okay meaning it's super busy at night. I've worked at 2 stores both the same. No one ends up getting they're breaks. When the cars are actually all gone. Everyone litterally collapses. But not 1 min later DING another drive thru. Its the same thing ever single night just sometimes worse.

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I work for Taco Bell for a little over a year and I went on medical to have surgery on my foot and when my doctor release me to go back to work the manager refused to put me back on the schedule.and I really like working there.

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The process for me to become a shift lead manager began in October, 3 months after I started, but I already possessed the leadership, interpersonal, and respect from the crew. And from higher up management. I have been doing a superb job.

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1 interview hired on the spot

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