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Assistant Manager

Chick-fil-A Chesterfield, MO

All Chick-fil-A restaurants are closed on Sundays so you can have a day off to spend with family and friends. Work Directly With A Chick-fil-A… Snagajob

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    Decent place to work.

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    I worked at Chick-fil-A part-time (more than an year)


    Work there for a full two years.
    -Free food on breaks.
    -You'll move up fast if you're willing to work long hours (not having school or other job to get in the way)
    -Better quality all the way around of the fast food chains. Stores were always kept in great shape, corporate kept track of all the stores.
    -Shift requests were usually granted.
    -Interesting regular customers. Meet the most kindest old man ever who was almost a daily.
    -Actively participates in the community.
    -Always have Sunday off.


    -I always dreaded the summer months, allot of high schoolers would get hired and often brought their drama to the workplace: constantly late, begged to leave early, got an attitude for doing tasks that they felt was below their ego.
    -As with any small to medium sized place of work, manager can make or break your experience. I had 2 in my time and both were good, only qualm was that one seemed to hire his church friends-often times housewives trying to re-enter the workforce (once the kids have moved on) and thinks they are ahead of everyone,
    -Footbal season was annoying (the college town I'm in) several times got very rushed 30 min before closing.
    -Favoritism reared its ugly head once in a while (mostly with the first manager) in promoting to shift supervisor over things like "shows great leadership," this would happen over someone who was there a few months ahead of the promoted. A few people left due to not feeling appreciated in promotion/raise wise.

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