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 benefits are wide spread and cover everything from paid vacation to health, dental, and vision.
Offered health care, sick hours and free meals
Benefits here are pretty nice. Whenever you refer someone and they get hired you do receive a bonus. Asking off is very simple and easy.
The benefits for part time employees isn't great, but at least it exists. They offer medical, dental, and vision. Free food during shift and 50% off when not working.
You can request time off pretty easily. You get a free meal if you work and you get 50% off on your day off. They have benefits for college tuition reimbursement.
Taxes free Chipotle food wasn't nice.
Excellent schooling benefits but you have to be working there for a year before you can take advantage of them. Very little opportunity to move up in the business and I’ve only gotten a 6% raise in the 2 years that I have worked for chipotle which is less than desirable especially when I take my job very seriously there. Great environment to work in and I have obtained excellent work and life skills.
company perk - free food
The benefits were okay . I never used it and never cared to . I just needed the money
Basically no benefits, you have to become manager if you really want benefits. With what they offer is like having no benefits. I remember a crew member accidentally cut herself with a knife as she tried to pick it up from the dishwasher sinks. Took forever for them to reimburse part of the money she spent on stitches.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.