General Manager (Former Employee) – Ennis, TX – October 20, 2018
60 weeks not unheard of , upper management at always responsive . Little to no concern about your non-work life. Advancement was good , food was great , customer are everything and always right even when they are flat out wrong
Team Member (Current Employee) – Harlingen, TX – October 19, 2018
not enough hours, no vacation, no sick days, over worked, poor management, pay raise isn't a lot it is only 0.05 cents, don't get paid on vacation, can't make a living with the pay rate and hours that don't go by the schedule
It was my first job that have me a chance to grow as a young man, employee, and a family man all in one. Everyone looked out for each other inside and outside of work and made sure customers came first. Though at times it got busy everyone made sure they did their job and management made sure they made the right calls when someone needed to cover for a shift so that the employees weren't overwhelmed I'd recommend it to anyone looking to get on their feet, or to save a little cash, its very beneficial.
General Manager (Former Employee) – Tallahassee, FL – October 18, 2018
DM had her favorites and it was known with GM's where they fell into place as hierarchy. The DM would sabotage what it was you were trying to do within your store. If you had your store turning positive so that you could bonus, the DM would do something with your numbers so that you would not get the full bonus that you had work hard to accomplish.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – October 18, 2018
Whataburger is a nice place to work but my personal experience was not enough hours and people not showing up for their shifts. Managers there continued to let those people work knowing they were not reliable. So I left because it’s not only unfair to us employees but the company as well. If your going to sign up for a job you should stay committed and put hard work into it everyday with no excuses.
Whataburger Team Member (Former Employee) – Beaumont, TX – October 17, 2018
it has its slowed down moments, then people come and you have top start working at a faster pace to get the job down and don't fall behind. I learned to to do drive thru. I learned how to work a cash register I learned how to use a grill. the hardest part of the job is when you are working with someone who is not willing to help you out and got you working by yourself. the most enjoyable part of the job is when you get a big task done and you make your managers happy and team members happy and the customers.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Shreveport, LA – October 16, 2018
Whataburger is a very good work place ...whataburger will motivate youbto be the best you can be ....Whataburger will train you in ever position.. If you needed help they will alway be right there to help..
Crew Member (Current Employee) – Brownsville, TX – October 16, 2018
It is mandatory to be fast and be able to do several things at the same time. Managers are flexible and understand all situations or issues. It is interesting to being helping customers with what they are asking for.