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57 English questions out of 57

June 18, 2020

What is paid time off like at Raising Cane's?

Pros

8 Paid Holidays per year, Flexible Scheduling even as a manager, Easy to manage on good days, Can be really fun if you have a solid crew, Dedicated customers are extremely nice and pleasant to interact with, Benefits are excellent, Sense of pride when talking to people about where you work. Well organized restaurants (everything has a place and its the same no matter what location you go to). High standard of cleaning. Monthly bonus dependent upon bottom-line/EBITDAR

Cons

Depending on the restaurant, some of the upper management can be inept at their jobs. Culture of hiring external employees with no prior Cane's experience into positions of power and paying them more than what you are making as an internal employee with years of experience, Habitually make you "chase the cheese" if you want to move up in the company (e.g. do this for this many months and only then will we see about promoting you, then when it finally gets time for that they expect you to do even more before even considering moving forward), A lot of micro-managing from upper management, even if you are the most solid Shift Manager at your location. You are expected to go above and beyond every single shift, with no excuses or regard to how you might be feeling some days. If you are not someone driven by results/goals, the managing position at Raising Cane's will be a difficult position for you. Although benefits are solid, pay is not very competitive until you get into salaried positions. Absolutely no overtime unless your location is in dire need of help

8 Paid Holidays per year, Flexible Scheduling even as a manager, Easy to manage on good days, Can be really fun if you have a solid crew, Dedicated customers are extremely nice and pleasant to interact with, Benefits are excellent, Sense of pride when talking to people about where you work.

June 18, 2020

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July 23, 2020

Does Raising Cane's offer massages?

Pros

-The culture and work environment is pretty chill. They allow tattoos, wildly colored haired, and some other little expressions of individuality (for example, fun socks). -They're pretty flexible with hours. -They give you a lot of little extras like pizza, drinks, etc. -Company picnics twice a year (outside of COVID) -Seem to care about their employees

Cons

-Pay isn't always great. -You don't typically get breaks with longer shifts. -Shifts are often pretty short (4-7 hours). -High turnover. -Unrealistic expectations in terms of speed of service.

They give you a lot of little extras like pizza, drinks, etc.

July 23, 2020

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April 28, 2021

Does Raising Cane's offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Great pay and benefits package

Cons

Horrible hours and management team

Advice to Management

Step up your game

Great pay and benefits package

April 28, 2021

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August 8, 2020

Does Raising Cane's offer dental insurance?

Pros

Higher than minimum wage starting, loads of benefits (dental, vision, pet, 401K, life + health and PTO for full time folks), discount when working, holidays off, lots of rewards in restaurant (free food- canes/non canes at times, Ubers home if you stay late, etc), 2x a year they have crew appreciation events.

Cons

Very little room for raises, two opportunities for .15 raises, assessment every 6 months, sign away right to organize, no off work discount on food.

Higher than minimum wage starting, loads of benefits (dental, vision, pet, 401K, life + health and PTO for full time folks), discount when working, holidays off, lots of rewards in restaurant (free food

August 8, 2020

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May 20, 2020

Does Raising Cane's offer family leave?

Pros

Solid pay, good benefits, good coworkers and good management.

Cons

To be successful you have to dedicate your life to the restaurant, which is great for some.

Solid pay, good benefits, good coworkers and good management.

May 20, 2020

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