- Atlanta, GA
- 5001 to 10000 Employees
- Company - Private
- Restaurants & Cafes
- $5 to $10 billion (USD)
Not sure which is the better option… My Chick-fil-A Operator has offered to pay for me to go back and get my masters degree, (we partner with an online university) or to go and get my SHRM certification. Both options will be available indefinitely but I was curious on everyone’s opinion on which I should strive for first. I currently have my bachelors in business administration, and 2 years exp as an HR generalist. It’s understood that I will likely be moving in the next 2-3 years due to family.
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ProsGreat first-time job especially while taking classes. Besides effective training and a supportive team, they provide quick opportunity for growth upon performance. Free meals and other meal perks for
ConsThe usual unpleasant or difficult customers or uncooperative coworkers from time to time. Pretty low pay back then.
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InterviewInterview went well. Be ready to answer lots of questions and the expectations are high. I think it would be a perfect job for high school and college students but not if you want something that could pay the bills.Interview
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Chick-fil-A Awards & Accolades
- 100 Best Companies to Work For, Glassdoor, 2020
- 100 Best Companies to Work For, Glassdoor, 2018
- Highest Rated CEOs, Glassdoor, 2017
- Glassdoor’s Employees’ Choice Award - Top 50 Large Companies, Glassdoor, 2014
- Customer Service Champs, BusinessWeek, 2008
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