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I worked at Raising Cane's full-time (Less than a year)
Was a great company. Owner was very involved and dedicated to his restaurants. Would definitely recommend. Enjoyed my time there.
Not much bad to say other than I wish there was more room to advance. With a small company that treats people well people in top positions stay with the company making it hard for others to move up.
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Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Raising Cane's in August 2015.
Recruiter invited me to apply. I didn't seek them out. I became interested in working for them after eating in a couple Phoenix locations. I knew I could bring more to the table, then what I saw. Manager cussing at employees, dropping the f-bomb etc. I also ate at one in Louisiana in which the manager as well as employees were playing more on cell phones then working. Phone interview was 5 minutes. Questions were generic. I would try to add more to answers and branch out about myself and would be talked over each time. Was then told to take assessment and I would be contacted after that. Received an email of not being qualified! They know nothing of what qualified is!!Get this! I saw the email after I did the assessment. It was received before the testing!!! WOW! Raising Canes is that good. They can tell in 5 minutes you are not qualified over the phone! Their philosophy to do one thing better than anyone else. Well its not hiring qualified candidates. I'm a professional I take my job seriously and whomever I work for I deliver because that's what they pay for. Raising Canes hiring process is one the worst I have ever experienced. Totally unprofessional from the get go.
- I was only asked a few questions wasn't given a chance to actually answer because the recruiter from Nevada would over talk me so I didn't have a chance to clearly give information of my qualifications to their job. I was also asked how much I currently make as a salary. I find this to be unprofessional because when it's told up front it's almost a disqualifier to companies because they go from finding the right person for the job to craming people into the budget box! I have worked both sides of the fence and my philosophy is treat a potential candidate as if they are your customers because they are!! Answer Question
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From one restaurant - to one of the hottest success stories in the restaurant business - Raising Cane's continues to experience amazing growth! Our success has been built upon a foundation of great people and we have a phenomenal opportunity for more great people to join in our amazing journey. Based out of Baton Rouge, LA, Raising Cane's began serving the ...
Mission: The Vision To grow Restaurants all over the world and be known as the brand for quality chicken finger meals, a great crew, cool culture and active community involvement.