At Chipotle, we hold ourselves to a higher standard—not only by sourcing the highest quality ingredients, but by hiring and developing the very best people.To attract top talent, we offer competitive pay and reward our hard working team with bonuses and promotions. We also offer incredible benefits, some of them unheard of in the industry, like medical, dental, and vision insurance for all full- and part-time employees. For salaried positions, we offer pet insurance, adoption assistance, a two-month paid sabbatical after 10 years, wellness programs, discounted employee stock purchase plan, and for everyone—free burritos.
The coolest thing about the job is that some locations are willing to train and teach you with no prior experience and teach you a lot of real terms and concepts that are transferrable to other jobs especially in fast food or food service in general. Sounds great on paper but some of the benefits packages are restricted to full-time status and time spent there as a whole.
Tuition reimbursement was great, though it doesn’t favor certain majors like Art/Design, since laptops/software/printing aren’t covered (for design, you need a laptop to be able to work, Adobe CC was a must for my major but the software subscription was expensive out of pocket, and you have to print a LOT in special sized paper to get points for homework which sometimes isn’t in the syllabus, but professors often still require it.) For Tuition Reimbursment, you’d have to be working for a certain period of time with the company before you qualify for it, must maintain a good GPA, and it covers ~90% of tuition, supply (listed on syllabus) costs, and you get reimbursed AFTER final grades come out, so make sure you keep and itemize ALL of your receipts. There’s also Paid Vacation/Sick PTO (to a certain limit, doesn’t carry over to next year), various insurances, 401K, perkspot deals (not everyone is made aware of perkspot and they really should), shoes for crews (which comes out of your paycheck though,) free uniforms, and free food on the day you work.
Working with Chipotle has been a positive experience. They're a great company with high standards who are looking for the best. They're very student friendly and flexible with schedules, they also offer tuition reimbursement up to $5,350 a year, after you've been working with the company for a year.
Best: health, dental, vision. Light rail pass offered. Limited free coupons. $100 “brown bag” card for monthly stipend at Chipotle.
The worst part of the benefits package was that it didn't come with prescription drug coverage. They provided health, dental and vision for Full Time AND Part Time employees which was good.
they have Health insurance rates at a low per month its a great opportunity even if you have dependents like children or family.
$100 a month at Chipotle! They did not match 401(K).
Best: -Free meal (bowl/burrito, chips, quest, and drink) per day worked -Tips (shared) -Medical/Dental/Vision -Tuition Reimbursement -50% off food at YOUR store (when not working) Worst: -No free degree programs like Starbucks or Peet’s -50% off food can only be used at the store you work at -SSR for diarrhea, nausea, vomiting (automatic 3 days off work unpaid). If you come into work sick you could get fired if they think you were aware of your symptoms before and during your shift. -SSR is only for norovirus so if you get the flu, cold, etc. you will be I excused for work unless you have a doctor’s note.
The benefits were essentially non existent due to the part time nature of my position.
They offer dental, vision and health insurance but I did not apply for neither. They also give you student tuition after working their for a year.
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