They treat employees well. Sometimes it was hard to get hours. Other than that, I would recommend working at Chick-fil-A to anyone else.
Depending on the Chick-fil-A you work at, you could get a free lunch break.
Being a part time employee at Chick-fil-A, there were no particular benefits. If the customer rating was high enough, there would be meal dollars that would be distributed to employees that could be spent on Chick-fil-A food.
Different for each restaurant location, but was nice for what I needed
It varies from Chick-fil-A to Chick-fil-A restaurant. Operators do not get any subsidies to offer insurance to their team members, and if it is offered, it is typically prohibitively expensive.
The best thing about the benefits is that you get free lunch from certain items on the menu. As a cashier you won't be receiving any health benefits or vacation.
The food is great, but the hours sucked.
It shows online that they do but once you get hired they don't have any
Medical benefits are available but are very expensive. No one at my store has their benefits active. Most employees are minimum wage employees so they can't afford it.
Free food was great! They didnt offer any other benefits
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