Taco Bell Team Member (Current Employee) – Margate, FL – July 21, 2018
The managers are highly under trained. Customers are allowed to speak and treat employees however they please, without management doing anything to protect their employees. Don't work here unless you have to.
short to no breaks, multiple call outs without replacements
Team Member/Cashier (Former Employee) – Queen Creek, AZ – July 21, 2018
Fun place to work depending on the people you work with, and the customers you have. Working there for me was fun because i had a caring manager and fun co-workers. the downside was whenever the Regional manager wasn't working, i felt like i was the only one trying hard.
Service Champion (Former Employee) – Wadsworth, OH – July 21, 2018
As soon as you clock in you wash your hands and get straight to work. I learned how to work in a quick pace environment. There was always at least one manager there to help if you get slammed. The hardest part is jumping from task to task. The most enjoyable is if there's no one really there you can talk and not really get in trouble.
My jobs is a very good job you just have I have the paste n skills to keerp up.i personally live the rush and stuff we get it teaches me a lot of thin
Crew Member (Current Employee) – Salisbury, MD – July 21, 2018
Well, I cooking food,prep, and get things ready, I also run on the line. Being in taco Bell will teach you patience,speed,and other more things it's all up I you to want to it's easy and is a nice little starter job but Me overall I'mma very good worker and a quick learner.
Cook/Prep (Former Employee) – Vinton, VA – July 21, 2018
I enjoyed working here for my first job, at least for the first few months. I began to want something different after awhile as the scheduling was poor, the management was friendly but at times stressful for the men and women in those positions, causing friction throughout the whole workplace. However I understand fast food management is no easy job for anybody, and that these people do deserve respect for what they do. All in all a great “first job”
TEAM TRAINER (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – July 21, 2018
Just like any other fast food job, fast paced, rude customers, and managers that take fast food very seriously. This should only be a temporary job for anyone that works there. Teenagers would like the job just to get some quick bucks while still in school.
Taco Bell Crew Member (Former Employee) – Everett, WA – July 21, 2018
While I was a employee at Taco Bell, it was amazing. Working at Taco Bell didn’t feel like working in fast food because they treat you like family. As an employee you get a free meal, 2 breaks (at this certain location) and I had an AMAZING manager. She was so sweet, kind and caring about anything you were going through. She would listen to your problems and give you motherly advice. She was a playful yet serious manager. She made us do our job but we were able to have fun while doing it!!!
Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – Erie, PA – July 20, 2018
Typical work day was fun and went by fast it included taking orders and making food for friendly customers making sure co workers had everything they needed on the line preparing more for tje next shift
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Thomasville, NC – July 20, 2018
i loved working at taco bell the time was i there i only quit due to the people and they didnt want to let me off for graduation but they had me off for the practice and it didnt make since when they let me off for prom.
Taco Bell Cashier (Former Employee) – Prunedale, CA – July 20, 2018
taco Bell must have been my first job and at first I really did like it and I enjoyed it but the fast pace was a bit new to me due to my first job but over time I've gotten used to it and was able to catch on really fast .
Taco Bell Crew Member (Former Employee) – Chicopee, MA – July 20, 2018
I worked overnights so it was mostly busy during those times and more often on weekends we were non stop working. closing the store was fun i liked cleaning afterward it was relaxing after most of our shifts.