i didnt like anything.
best thing is the company cared about food, customer service, and good prices. It was a clean place to work wich was awesome
Considering we work for fast food, the benefits we received were actually really good.
No heath insurance, however, very lenient schedule. Can schedule a week off a week an advance with no problem. No 401k, etc.
$8.00 of free food for every 2 hour+ shift. 50% off food in general. Very flexible schedule that was great as a student.
Health insurance is available but not the best
Offered insurance but too expensive even with operator sharing half the cost. Family coverage way too high & unaffordable
old cold leftover break food
Health insurance provided isn't great for those with a family, the difference is expensive. Each operator has different vacation benefits.
As an assistant manager, the only “benefits” I received was 40 hours to use for vacation time (one 40 hour set per year) as well as $50/month to help pay for a cell phone bill. I was never given a straight answer about a 401k and no health insurance benefits. We were also given discounted food for days we were and were not working. Occasionally, the manager would create events or gatherings for the employees. High schoolers may receive a scholarship of up to $2000 based on hours worked.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.