55 employees reported this benefit
the schedule is made every Friday afternoon so if you have to alter your shift for the following week just let management know
The worst thing about flexible hours at Wendy's is that they will give it to you but you have to be extremely specific. For example, if you want a 30 hour cap for work, and that is your way of requesting to work a few days a week, part-time, they will assign you 30 hours a week, or 29, or something excruciatingly close to that number.
If you only wanted part-time work this is the perfect job for you.
Flexible hours are cool, because when you are in need of assistance of changing a day. My manager can help you change the schedule if you need the day off for an important reason.
people were always coming and going so usually there were positions and times always available
The worst thing about the flexible hours is that they frequently "forget" what days and times you are available. I have to catch the scheduler as he's making the weekly schedule to remind him every week.
They work the schedule as all other company's do.
They advertise that but it's not that great. You'll get a random 2 hour shift on a day then a 10 hour the next day. There's no constancy. I just started school and they already asked me if I could work during my school hours and want me to work late at night.
They were very flexible with me, if I had something I had to do, they understood and had someone else there at that time. THey knew the days I needed extra time off, and din't forget or put me on the days I wasn't supposed to be there.
From Memorial Day to Labor Day employees get to work two hours extra during the week in return for four hours off on Fridays - the program is called 'Summer Fridays'