Yes, as long as you're straight now
No if you have been in a glizzy fight no.
Yes i have a co-worker at wendys that was convicted of a felony when he was 15 and serves 25 years and there was no problem he works closing shift only though
Yes, but depending on who is already working there you may be shoved to the side and get fewer hours. For example, a store in my region hired a convicted pedophile but as we already had minors employed he was only allowed to work closing shifts and his breaks were supervised by another male employee. At my store we had a guy who had an armed robbery charge and he was unable to get a number to work with the safe and they kept him on grill as much as possible. He also was also only scheduled for afternoon shifts because opening and closing involved money and fewer employees, so he wasn't scheduled those times. So, although they won't discriminate against you for your past, you will more than likely not be a priority employee and may end up pigeonholed into specific hours depending on your conviction.
Yes-depending on the reason
Answered - assistant manager (Former Employee) - Cleveland Heights, OH
Yes, Wendy's does not discriminate against convicted felons.
Answered - FOOD PREPARATION/FRONT CUSTOMER SERVICE (Former Employee) - Suffolk, VA
Depends on the charge.
Answered - Wendys Shift leader (Former Employee) - Dover, NH
Not that im aware of
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Sylva, NC
Yes they believe in giving everyone a chance.
Answered - Food Safety Leader (Former Employee) - Jacksonville, FL
Yes they do
Answered - crew (Former Employee) - Waterloo, IA