76 employees reported this benefit
They don't train you. They show you how to do things. Moving up in terms of being able to do different things, or if you want to do something specific is a no-no. They control where you are and what you do, and then ridicule you if you happen to do poorly. They only "train" you during slow times of the year, and if you've worked there long enough (90 days at least).
If you do get trained properly it's rare. They mostly throw you to the wolves and then make you feel stupid because you don't know the right way to do that task.
They choose when they want to train someone right and when they don't. Managers are being hired in just to be trained as an employee and don't even get trained on how to manage.
Job training was considered to be paid time, but was not always the best executed.
Good job training because is payed and goes very thoroughly allowing you to go back, even though is pretty easy
very nice and clear training. Training videos, and in person training
You watch videos for training and then they ease you into working there. You start out cleaning, then the register, then drive thru and if you’ve been there a long time and are good enough they might train you in kitchen.
It's very fun for money
"Butterburger University" is an online set of training videos, which is helpful. On-the-job training is pretty crappy, because the managers are all working the line with the other employees and cannot take time to show you what to do. It was several days before I even knew details of the most basic janitorial job there. No one showed me where the employee bathroom was. I had to learn the cash register from other employees catch-as-catch-can and after being there for several months there is still stuff on the register I don't know about. New employees stand around looking clueless and there's a lot of turn-over.
The people are very friendly and easy to work with so it's easy to learn things. People that work there are very knowledgeable so you can ask almost anything.