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"Varies by location."

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Current Employee - Assistant Manager in Atlanta, GA
Current Employee - Assistant Manager in Atlanta, GA
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Pros

Ultimately, Arby's is a great place to work if you are looking for an environment which is fun and energy driven. Regional management provides constant feedback and there is a continuous drive for education and training. The salary is decent, though not as high as you will find in other Qucik Service Restaurants. In the end the team of each individual store makes or breaks whether you will enjoy Arby's as a whole. I have worked for Arby's in multiple locations and seen both great teams which make coming to work easy and fun; as well as, bad teams which do the opposite.

Cons

Ultimately, the biggest downside is as I mentioned the enjoyment you will find with Arby's comes from the team which surrounds you. If you are locate in a store which has trouble working together often you will see numerous issues that can simply ruin your experience. As well, being in Atlanta means that every store, no matter how grossing, has the potential to have any number of leadership dropping by to visit the store and checking compliance with many minor things. This leads ultimately to days where supervisors and Arby's leadership will assign extra tasks that must be completed immediately, but expect at the same time for you to maintain service levels.

Advice to Management

Stop perpetuating a double standard in customer service as well operations, as well as attempt to understand what occurs on a daily level in your restaurants.

Other Employee Reviews for Arby's

  1. "They've been very good to me."

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    Current Employee - Customer Service Representative in Cincinnati, OH
    Current Employee - Customer Service Representative in Cincinnati, OH
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    I have a very good general manager, he communicates well and makes sure we are all treated fairly.

    Cons

    Assistant managers have come and gone frequently and each have had different expectations of what we as csrs should be doing.


  2. "Its ok...just a passing through job"

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    Current Employee - General Manager in Houston, TX
    Current Employee - General Manager in Houston, TX
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    As long as you work five days a week and one weekend day they are OK with your schedule. Staff your store, hit your labor, sales and food you can pretty much do what you want.

    Cons

    Marketing sucks. They stop hot promotions even if its your top selling item. You are not even allowed to sell it even if it's a customer demand for it. You must get the product out of your store and you better not order extra. It's like they set you up for failure. No room for advancement in Houston. There are only 8 corporate stores. Most stores get sold. Here today, gone tomorrow.

    Supervisor is not professional all the time. He doesn't mind people working off the clock. Will belittle you in front of your team and your peers. And talks about GM's behind their backs like a high school kid. If he wants to fire someone everyone will know about except the person he's getting ready to fire.

    Advice to Management

    Study movement of products. This is how you determine what to sell, keep etc..... Give some support to your smarter markets.

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