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30+ days ago

Restaurant Team Member - Crew

Chipotle Oakland, CA

Our Crew members take pride in preparing and serving Chipotle’s delicious food. They know that in order to do this right, they need a clean and… Chipotle


30+ days ago

Kitchen Manager

Chipotle Pinole, CA

The Kitchen Manager enjoys the responsibility of ensuring the quality and safety of Chipotle’s delicious food every day. They see to it that the… Chipotle


30+ days ago

Service Manager/Shift Lead - North Bay

Chipotle Novato, CA

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30+ days ago

Apprentice General Manager

Chipotle Fremont, CA

Leads the successful day-to-day operations of the restaurant. Trains and develops crew, provides exceptional customer service, and maintains budgets… Chipotle


30+ days ago

Service Manager

Chipotle Danville, CA

include, but are not limited to: Food Quality Making sure great tasting, high quality food is served. Resolving food quality issues. Managing food… Chipotle


30+ days ago

Restaurant Team Member - Crew

Chipotle Berkeley, CA

Our Crew members take pride in preparing and serving Chipotle’s delicious food. They know that in order to do this right, they need a clean and… Chipotle


30+ days ago

Kitchen Manager

Chipotle Danville, CA

The Kitchen Manager enjoys the responsibility of ensuring the quality and safety of Chipotle’s delicious food every day. They see to it that the… Chipotle


30+ days ago

Restaurant Team Member - Crew

Chipotle San Bruno, CA

Our Crew members take pride in preparing and serving Chipotle’s delicious food. They know that in order to do this right, they need a clean and… Chipotle


30+ days ago

Service Manager

Chipotle Union City, CA

include, but are not limited to: Food Quality Making sure great tasting, high quality food is served. Resolving food quality issues. Managing food… Chipotle


30+ days ago

Restaurant Team Member - Crew

Chipotle El Cerrito, CA

Our Crew members take pride in preparing and serving Chipotle’s delicious food. They know that in order to do this right, they need a clean and… Chipotle


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    Current Employee - Kitchen Manager in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Kitchen Manager in San Francisco, CA

    I have been working at Chipotle full-time (less than a year)

    Pros

    The CEO - Steve Ellis seems like a genuine guy with a great mind and heart. I was proud to work for him.
    The Restaurants - Nicely designed, cool industrial theme, and hip music.
    The Menu - Focused, fresh, simple, and tasty. This helps keep inventory costs down and the food fresh.
    The Ethics - Chipotle supports a food system that eliminates or reduces the harms it causes.
    Growth - Its a growing company with opportunities to move up from the bottom.

    Cons

    My Immediate Boss - He was a minimal worker who belittled his employees and played small-minded games pitting people against each other. He was good a playing power politics, so he kept his job despite these pitfalls. The fact that he was also a serial wife-cheater gives him zero extra credit.
    The Judge Judy Co-Workers - I'm a friendly, genuine guy who was thrown into a pack of wolves. In my restaurant, I was working with a lot of hurt people who spent their energies hurting others, like the people on many daytime TV programs.
    The Expectations - The company expected people to move faster than human beings normally move, and this caused stress in the restaurant and harmed the customer experience. I don't like sweaty, obviously hurried people cooking and making my food, and that was the unfortunate reality at the restaurant I worked at far too often.
    The Rio Grande Gap - The English-speaking managers talked badly about the Spanish-speaking workers; and the reverse was true. This reality created yet more petty dysfunction that took focus away from positive goals.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Be an industry leader by implementing a strong anti-bullying in the workplace program to make Chipotle a more attractive place to work for talented people, including the sensitive. Respecting and honoring everyone - your boss, the people you boss, your customers, and the people you see on the street- is always a sensible business idea.

    Have employees engage in a steady study of what it means to be ethical. The values of the CEO were MIA at the Chipotle I worked at. My boss couldn't care less about ethics, and this fact harmed the integrity of the company and a big reason why I left. Being a boss means being a leader; and all true leaders inspire by example, by walking their talk.

    Remember that you're managing/teaching human beings, not robots designed to be productive workers. But this advice goes to many companies, not just Chipotle. The future belongs to the companies that make their robots more like people, not the other way around.

    Put less salt in your food - a Chipotle burrito has over 2,000mg of salt, and many health experts say that keeping the salt under 2,000mg/day is a sound notion.

    By the way, I take responsibility and apologize for any harms I created and/or added to while I was employed there. I'm responsible for my choices, no matter what other people are doing.

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