Arby's

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Great experience. The staff held high acumen in business process and design.

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Former Employee - Sales Associatele in Atlanta, GA
Former Employee - Sales Associatele in Atlanta, GA

I worked at Arby's

Pros

Flexible hours depending on family, illness
Tuition assistance

Cons

Traditional corporate structure and also Increase telecommute

Advice to ManagementAdvice

Expand outside training opportunities

Doesn't Recommend
No opinion of CEO

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    Working for Arby's is pretty easy if you are willing to offer great customer service, follow policies and keep it clean.

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    Current Employee - Shift Manager in Virginia Beach, VA
    Current Employee - Shift Manager in Virginia Beach, VA

    I have been working at Arby's

    Pros

    very nice easy to approach mangement team. Fair schedules. great customers. clear easy to follow policies and procedures. fun environment.

    Cons

    low paying positions, some really gross cleaning tasks, not a lot of incentive, no insurance, not a ton of advancement opportunities,

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    none

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    Arby's: Great for the short-term; not so great for the long-term.

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    Former Employee - Fast Food Worker in Ashland, VA
    Former Employee - Fast Food Worker in Ashland, VA

    I worked at Arby's

    Pros

    During my employment with Arby's, I found most of my co-workers to be very competent, professional, and helpful. Whenever I had a question that needed answering, I could be certain of getting the answer from one of my Arby's teammates. Another plus, for me, was the employee discount.Even when I was getting the food after my shift to take home, I was given my discount! In addition, they were usually very understanding about unexpected difficulties in getting to work. As long as I called to let them know that I would be late, and would indeed be there at such and such a time, I was given no problems about my tardiness. Finally, I was obviously quite pleased to make a little bit more than minimum wage working in the fast food business!

    Cons

    Unfortunately, there were a couple of glaring negatives that in the end brought about my resignation from the company. I found myself growing very frustrated over time with their certification process. Frequently, less skilled, and sometimes,downright lazy employees would be given full certification-or "stars" -and pay raises over hard-working, competent employees. This was not only unfair; moreover, it was bad for morale. No one wants to work hard just to be passed over! Then there was also the issue of performance feedback. Very frequently, I would do something one way for weeks without any trouble only to be informed by an irritated manager that I was doing it completely wrong! And to make matters worse, on occasion, once I had adjusted to doing things the "new" way, a different manager would be on duty and would tell me to do it yet ANOTHER different way! I was ready to pull hair by the end of the night half the time.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    1. Be more just in your advancement of employees. Promote the more industrious and knowledgeable before promoting the less skilled.
      2. COMMUNICATE! Your employees aren't mind readers. They need to be given clear instruction regarding your wishes in order to being able to give them to you.

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