- ATLANTA, GA
Rating 3.95 out of 5 61 reviews
Depending on the store worked at one, the management was amazing, and the job was fun. Worked at another and everything was terrible. Morning shift would not do there. jobs neither, would managers then they would blame everyone else and make it worse. This was in Macomb Illinois.
In all honesty, it depends on the location of the establishment. The establishment I work at in Greensboro is very positive. It's a friendly work environment and the pay is decent.
I have been an employee with Arby’s for almost 8 years now. Arby’s was my first job 2 months after I turned 16 and I have been there ever since and I love it!! At 18 I became a shift manager and at 22 I became an assistant. Now I am soon to be 24 and I hope to become a general manager in the near future. This company is all about inspiring smiles, not only by delivering great customer service but also within the workplace. At my store, we’re not just co workers, were a team and even more than that were a family. This job has taught me so much in life and about my self over the years. Although I’m a senior graduating in April of 2023 with a BS in respiratory therapy, I do hope to still continue working at Arby’s as well as using my degree to be a RRT. I don’t think I could choose between the two so I have made a choice to continue with both!
I thoroughly enjoy working at my location. The work hours are extremely flexible, the pay is generous, and there is almost always an open spot if you need more hours. The environment is very enjoyable and healthy. I highly recommend working here.
It is a very fun place to work, the management is very chill but when it's time to get things done, they get everyone to work
Was an overall good work experience, worked well around my student schedule and all my coworkers were easy to get along with. It's a lot of work on your feet and having to deal with customers.
Over the last few years, Arbys has become a much better business for the public to enjoy. I believe that food quality has become much better as well as staffing within the last five years.
The work is fairly tough for the pay, but a pretty average food service job. It's great for a temporary position or teens in school. Growth opportunity is there, but not for much more pay.
I thought everything started off fine, but slowly with how management functions at my store for almost a year now, the new faces of teenagers are mostly slackers so I have to pick up the extra work while they goof off and in the end my Boss can't seem to fit together a strong enough or responsible enough group for me to work with, so after almost a year and a half working at Arby's I am under contant stress and management with the people I work with. And to top it all off 87% of the customers don't wear masks, don't hand their coupons over when they're supposed to, and overreact way too much so overall, I'm done.
I like the company, I am very satisfied at how they manage things. I really have no complaints. I am glad that they hired me. They have excellent benefits. overall I would rate it a 8/10
Arby’s has to be one of the best jobs I’ve encountered as a teen. The pay is great for someone like me; a high school student. However, the older employees make the same amount, but they have more responsibilities and bills to handle so to them the pay might be horrible. As a teen, Arby’s offers me no benefits, growth opportunities, or stability. However, for many of my coworkers this may not be the case. My favorite thing about Arby’s is how everyone is friendly to each. My least favorite thing is the fast paced environment. Sometimes we never stop and get a chance to breathe. However, this job is best for me because it works with m busy schedule and offers me a competitive pay as a teen.
This job is similar to other fast food jobs, but I feel like there are less opportunities. Unlike other fast-food companies, Arby's does not have tuition assistance for students. They also do the bare minimum when it comes to breaks. I find it hard to believe that standing for eight hours straight without a single authorized break is "Florida law." Even if that is true, they should give twenty-minute breaks as a courtesy; I feel overworked.
My work place is extremely busy. I like the hard working fast paced environment. The staff was amazing and trained me well. My co-workers are amazing. Make every shift fun and exciting.
I have been working here for about 5 months and I have never been happier. My coworkers are great and the managers are super good with everybody. The atmosphere is always very welcoming and I have made many good friendships over the past few months.
I've worked there for 3 years and I've found that the management is what dives the store. If they are good then it's a good place to work, but that is not always the case.
Arby's is great and has great food and great people working there and is just a great place. People always love coming here and always have something great to say about it.
I love Arby's i have worked there for over a year and a half and still to this day I am always welcomed when I come in for work. I have many friends I have made there and I always feel well taken care of and in good hands when I am there. I couldn't have asked for a better job throughout high school because it has given me so much experience. They even help with homework when they can and always help my with life problems and my next steps towards college and life itself.