Taco Bell Employee Reviews
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It was a great place to have a first job. The people were terrific and kind. It can be stressful in the drive-thru, and you have to be good at multitasking. If you can handle stress and can multitask, it's an excellent place to start.
Good hours, great people
Stressful, fast-paced, bad pay
This place is good. They provide some flexibility with your schedule. However, with the current management peoples' jobs are not getting done how they should be.
Free lunch and drinks, and nice coworkers
Management is noy the greatest right now
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Typical fast food. Low pay ($12.50/hour) and not enough hours. My manager is great and a joy to work for/with. Some employees are allowed to misbehave towards other employees, which I don't like. Good starter job for high schoolers, but otherwise, not for an adult trying to make a living. Even the manager is underpaid for what she does. It was better as a corporate store, but under a franchise it's not as good.
Pay isn't adequate.
I hated working there the mangers were rude and so was most of the works. management would constantly say " you suck at your job". " you should quite". " no one likes you". it was overall horrible.
Worked as a cashier and helped in the kitchen. This is a great place to learn customer service skills and a great job while going to school. Working in drive through can be stressful, but if you like a fast paced job, this might be the place for you.
Free food or discounted food
Working at the Bell has its upsides and downfalls. overall coworkers can be fairly nice and welcoming, but most of the time due to stress you aren't going to become friends with them. There have been multiple days where I would work a 6 to 8 hour shift 3 days in a row and not been given a lunch break on any of those shifts. In store management is either pretty decent to terrible. Some managers cannot handle people or emotions well and explode very easily. Don't work there if you have thin skin.
$9 lunch, free drinks
Management normally cuts your breaks down, high stress
flexible hours, decent management that tried to work with your schedule, breaks were never set in stone, however you were guaranteed at least one break each shift. only real downside were the customers potentially becoming irate
I worked here in high school and it was good for the time being, I couldn't imagine being there for even just a full year though. All but two of my higher ups were completely unprofessional; though they were fun sometimes.
you get to eat the orders you messed up, and you could make yourself a slush
couldn't give out free things to friends, dealt with a lot of bs
If you don't work hard then you'll probably have a bad time. It's pretty easy to advance you just gotta work hard. In 3 years I made Assistant General Manager.
Heath insurance, college scholarships, discounted/free food
Short breaks, very stressful, face paced, standing for 8+ hours a day.