Carl's Jr

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Updated Jul 16, 2014

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2.7 66 reviews

59% Approve of the CEO

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Andrew Puzder

(17 ratings)

37% of employees recommend this company to a friend

Review Highlights

Pros
  • You get 50% discount on food when you work(in 4 reviews)

  • Schedule flexibility, opportunity for pleasant work environment, fast paced, never dull(in 6 reviews)


Cons
  • disorganized, gossip, angry customers, low pay(in 7 reviews)

  • And one person in drive thru and one to run the front for walk-in customers(in 3 reviews)

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    The people are what make it fun

    Cashier (Current Employee) Salem, OR

    ProsRegular hours
    Often get sent home early on slow nights
    Friendly coworkers

    ConsLow pay
    Difficult customers
    No tips
    Overly friendly coworkers

    Advice to Senior ManagementTelling your employees they did a good job is just as important as telling them they need to improve.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    One of the worst jobs ever.

    Cashier (Current Employee) Bakersfield, CA

    Pros-Friendly co-workers
    -Discount on food
    -Easy to get hired

    Cons-Management is terrible. They are rude and inconsiderate.
    -There is always a lack of supplies.
    -If you're a cashier, you get the worst end of this job. You get yelled at by unsatisfied customers for the mistakes of the cooks.
    -The management doesn't care about you at all.
    -Management doesn't report injuries, then tells you to "Stop over exaggerating."
    -Harassment is unavoidable in this job, upper management will not care and yell at you ANYWHERE.

    Advice to Senior ManagementYou should really treat your employees with respect , if you want it in return. Guess this is what you get when you don't pursue further education.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Bottom of the job chain

    Cashier (Current Employee) Redding, CA

    ProsRepetative, and easy if you kmnow what your doing.

    ConsSmelly, low-grade, and small room for advancement. not a career job.

    Advice to Senior ManagementBe a good leader who leads by example.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Carl's Jr's

    Cashier (Current Employee) Yuba City, CA

    ProsGood hours, Fast moving, Small crew

    ConsMinimum wage, Hard to be sick

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    it was ok...

    Cashier (Current Employee) Long Beach, CA

    Prosvery nice people and other workers

    Consfeet really hurt at the end of the day

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Easy Job- But Horrible Place To Work

    Carl's Junior Team Member (Current Employee) Sandy, UT

    ProsA- You get a discount on food
    B- The job is really easy
    C- It was very easy to get hired
    D- The Team Members are nice
    E- The morning shift is the best shift to work (yes it sucks getting up early, but it's a lot slower and easier- all you do is stock cups, fill fry sauce cups, lids, etc. Plus in the morning you don't have to say the script that is required for you to say)

    ConsA- Cooks are really rude, slow, and mess up on orders constantly (which you're the one getting yelled at by the customers for their incompotence)
    B- The Store Manager is nice but the Assistant Managers are really rude
    C- Corporate Managers are really rude and fussy
    D- Corporate Managers come in on a weekly basis (I've never had a job where corporate comes in as much as they do here)
    E- Employees who have been there a long time get away with everything (they constantly pull no shows, walk out during shifts, and are short on their registers- and management does nothing about it)
    F- They don't give you checks, you get a paycard (every two weeks when I get paid and want to transfer the money on my paycard to my bank account it's a hassle every time. I have to call the company every single time- which you get charged for)
    G- Corporate Managers find reasons to yell at you (1- A lady asked me if she could have fry sauce and I said sure, the Corp. Manager then came over to me and yelled at me in front of customers that I'm supposed to say "My Pleasure" she then made me sign a paper verifying that I was told this. 2- One of the guys I worked with asked a customer if they'd like to try the California Burrito and Corp. Manager yelled at him that it's called Burrito California. 3- I could go on and on with examples)
    H- If you're going to order food on your break- get the food first before you clock out. Otherwise you'll spend 15 minutes of your break (no exaggeration) waiting for your food then you'll have to scarf it down.
    I- If you work the morning shift you get your break really early (if you're scheduled 7-2 then you'll get your break at 9- they want you to have your break over with before it gets busy. So you then go through the rest of the day exhausted)
    J- Make sure you keep the slip that prints out when you clock out for your break (I had the Assistant Manager yell at me that I was on break for 45 min. and I said "no I wasn't I've only been out for 25 min. here's my slip")
    K- They still have discontinued items on the menu and then they get mad at you when you sell one of those items to the customer.
    L- You make minimum wage

    Advice to Senior ManagementTreat employees better, get better nicer cooks, and treat everyone equally.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Frustrating and stressful at times but also stable and not difficult.

    Cashier (Current Employee) Buena Park, CA

    ProsHelpful if you want to learn basic customer service.
    Co-workers are usually very friendly.
    You can start to network with regular customers and create more opportunities for future employment.

    ConsHours aren't consistent, you can work everyday one week and then just a single day the next.
    Management isn't always filled with competent people.
    It's fast food.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Cashier (Current Employee) Loveland, CO

    ProsFast Food Job that is all

    ConsPay is not so great

    Advice to Senior ManagementListen to Customers better there is no value menu and we are consantly out of stock

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Dead End Job--run, don't walk away

    Crew Member (Current Employee) Merced, CA

    ProsDecent pay after a few months. Free soda!

    ConsPhoney foods, surly management, and inadequate training. What less could you want.

    Advice to Senior ManagementStop playing the "hours game" with crew members

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Sales Associate (Current Employee) Corona, CA

    ProsWorking at Carl's Jr. allows you to have a flexible schedule which is great if you are going to school.

    ConsYou have to be prepared to stand on your feet for very long periods of time. The pay isn't great.

    Advice to Senior ManagementMy advice would be to rotate the employees on the different restaurant positions. For example it shouldn't be the job of one person to only work the drive thru.

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