Crew Member/Cashier (Former Employee) – Crescent City, CA – September 23, 2018
I worked at Taco Bell for 8 months. For part of that time i was a minor. My training wasn't very thorough. I noticed a lot of problems with how we were managed. I didnt enjoy going to work it was worse than Highschool. One of my managers actually threw a fit. That same guy two weeks later was dropping things in the fryer without gloves.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Leitchfield, KY – September 23, 2018
I just wouldnt ever again. The management is also horrible some were nice others just ddont need to be in that work environment. If your looking to get walked on and treated badly this is the job for u
Team Member (Current Employee) – Covington, Tennesse – September 23, 2018
The overall company of taco bell is a great place to begin your career. However, this particular taco bell has poor management and you will barely receive 25 hours after an entire year of working for them.
Great connections with customers and free lunch
Managers only care about themselves, no real hours
Prep food/fryer (Former Employee) – Kalamazoo, MI – September 23, 2018
i learn to how to keep the store going without messing it up and doing fast pace and keep the food made fast and going etc. and learn to clean keep the store clean as possible and organize at all the time and learn to keep making food as they need like rice or beans and keep dropping meat in the heat water and doing prep for every four hours to make before they running out food while is rushing hours
Shift Lead (Current Employee) – Jeffersonville, IN – September 22, 2018
Worked there for over a year and after being promoted to shift lead, team members are hired with less experience and at a higher pay than that of some shift leads. When upper management was confronted they became aggressive and tried to brush it off. Not worth it.
As I spent over a year at taco bell I witnessed alot of things. A typical day of work is very stressful and unorganized. The management was not terrible but it definitely could have been improved the managers often times kept the better employees in the same spot to avoid having to perform a difficult task. The biggest thing I learned during my time at Taco Bell is that a leader is not only a leader but should also be a part of the team something I believe was not followed there.The workplace was very stressful and often times did not properly accommodate their employees and during the stressful times many employees were treated poorly or talked down upon. It was also extremely unorganized and often times I found myself leaving the line during a rush to get product that should have been kept up. The hardest part of the job is dealing with the already stressfulness of a full order screen but also with the unorganized and unwilling team that the managers had put together. The most enjoyable part of my job here was that I worked with some friends who I still talk to occasionally but have also left Taco Bell for the same reason as myself.
Food Champion (Former Employee) – Shelby Twp, MI – September 21, 2018
Taco Bell is a great place to work. They pay you a good amount of money per hour and they try and teach you things at your own pace. There are certain things that you have to do that are questionable but overall it’s a good place to work.