Checkers® & Rally's® restaurants were born out of the idea that a bland and flavorless burger was downright bad and that Americans everywhere deserved a better tasting burger — one that was unexpectedly bold, made-to-order and priced at a value that was hard to beat. Founded by experienced foodies with a renegade spirit, both the Checkers & Rally's unique double drive-thru concept, with its over-the-top checkerboard squares, chrome styling, red neon signs and of course, the food, was an instant hit. In 1999 these two great flavors would unite bringing their passion for big flavor together. This successful merger would make Checkers & Rally's the largest double drive thru restaurant chain in the country. Today Checkers & Rally's have more than 800 restaurants open in the United States.
• Checkers Drive-In Restaurants, Inc. burst onto the burger scene in 1986 in Mobile, Alabama.
• Rally's Drive-In Restaurants, Inc. first fired up the grill in 1985 in Louisville, Kentucky.
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If all of that and more is what you're looking for, then you my career hungry friend are exactly the kind of person we want on our team. But first, a quick test of character. Answer the questions below to find out if you've got what it takes to wear the Checkers & Rally's red with pride. Let's do this!
I have been working at Checkers & Rally’s Drive-In Restaurants part-time (More than 3 years)
Checkers is a good place to work at because it is close to home and ive had good experiences at fast food restaurants, I get along well with others an I like checkers food also
Working at checkers should be a good thing for me so I can't think if any cons rn
Advice to Management
I have a second job so I am looking for a first shift job and would be very excited to be able to work with you guys.
I applied online. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Checkers & Rally’s Drive-In Restaurants (Saint Charles, MO).
Short and non specific to job duties. Manager was more interested in discussing her personal relationships with employees. She did not discuss salary or benefits. The interview was held at the restaurant in the "office" area where there is no seating. Most of the interview was spent with the hiring manager texting.
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