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I have been working at ChipotlePros
if you give them a 2-week notice they will schedule around your needs, and even if you haven't given a notice, they will try to get you out as early as possible the day of. may sound a little bad but chipotle makes sure they are always one crew member extra so not much harm done.
you do everything so you don't get bored while working
grow into a family.Cons
too many hours, I am still a teen and I get scheduled 3- 12 hour shifts a week (11-11).. of course time goes by very quickly but you only get a 45 minute break and that's not enough.
if your schedule says 11am-4pm, don't expect to be out of there till 5 or 5:30
managers give you work to do and then they tell you to do something else right after and then say "vamos" 30 seconds later.Advice to ManagementAdvice
you should think of the crew members also, because the managers can sit and talk while they shouldn't be and nothing happens to them even if the line is out the door but crew has to stay in line or they get yelled at. managers have more flexible break times. instead of asking us "what do you think the answer is", just tell us what the answer is and ask us to work on remembering it.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO