Service Champion/Food Champion (Current Employee) – Bridgeport, CT – September 12, 2018
• busy 24/7 • I learned to be quick and productive • learned multitasking • management is okay needs improvement • hard part about working there is the begging process • best part is when it was time to leave
Taco Bell Crew Member (Former Employee) – Warsaw, IN – January 16, 2019
I never got paid on time and never got paid the correct amount. Management only cared about getting their pay. There was also a lot of drama on the job between the managers. General manager never worked just sat in the office on her phone all of the time.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Reno, NV – January 16, 2019
On a typical work day we saw hundreds of people come and go, we were always slammed, the drive-thru was always jammed. I learned a lot about patience, and to work with tough people. The mangement was absolutely atrocious, the mangers would always argue in spanish. Fast paced, not very fun and super busy. Multitasking, while being slammed. The breaks and free food if you work hard enough.
put me in stressful and fast paced environment to get used to it.
Shift Manager (Former Employee) – Elk Grove, CA – January 16, 2019
Taco Bell is a phenomenal And exciting job and will at any time recommend everyone to have that experience for their first job. That was my first job and lived it and tbh I’ve learned a lot from Everyone at that job.
Taco Bell Cashier (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – January 16, 2019
I don’t know what to say about you but I gotta get you know how much I wanna great things and you going through everything I wanna is my life and my heart is always the same things everyday just to let me
Taco Bell Crew Member (Current Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – January 16, 2019
The coworkers and managers are great and are what really what made the job enjoyable. The best part is the flexibility of hours. The work is repetitive and fast paced. No paid maternity leave for crew members and I’m pretty sure management does not get that either. No paid vacation time. No raises in pay unless you become a crew trainer, safety team, or a manager. There’s no benefits unless you become a manager. Only a 50% discount on food up to $5. I’m probably just being picky but even after working for a year or more there’s no raises for team members. Dress code is very strict. Men must be shaved and are not allowed to wear earrings, and girls cannot have nail polish or nails done. Hair must be a natural color and no crazy hair dye. No facial peircings.
Coworkers are great, Great management, Food discounts, flexible hours
Only 50% food discount up to $5, No paid vacation or maternity leave, No raises, strict dress code
The management was good but the job is fundamentally terrible
Crew Trainer (Former Employee) – Kapolei, HI – January 16, 2019
Nothing about Taco Bell is out of the ordinary for any minimum wage fast food job. It sucks and is a constant death march towards the end of your shift. However, the management at my location was good at least.
It was nice to work there because of the people there. It was a nice environment. The area was great and it was not busy other than lunch hour. I would recommend that job to anyone who hasn’t worked before. It is a great starter job.