- ATLANTA, GA
Rating 4 out of 5 52 reviews
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.
My experience in working for Arby's company was great at first but as the years went on and new faces appeared, I enjoyed it less and less. I know it may sound dumb but I didn't think working for a fast-food company would be filled with so much drama and so many issues.
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.
I love working there because the management is willing to help you in any way they can... Its very fast paced sometimes, but you kinda get addicted to moving like that lol..
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.
Working at Arby's has benefits while also having disadvantages. Some benefits are the flexible hours, depending on the number of employees. These flexible hours can sometimes be taken the wrong way, sometimes causing the managers to schedule someone during a time that they are unable to work. Or another instance happens when the managers do not schedule enough people, causing one or two employees to do the jobs of four or five employees.
Great to work for initially. Started to become bad to work for when they over hired part time student help and cut hours to only 3 or 4 per week. Petty management that talked about employees behind their backs and made it difficult to work has driven me to the point of considering leaving for a more appreciative workplace.
Working there has left a horrible first impression in my heart. I’d never eaten or worked here before this year, and it’s been one ridiculously overwhelming journey. This review gets a terrible rating because the hygiene of the store along with management that blames the crew for sales being down. So unprofessional and the drawer at the front cash register is always short. Management could care less. I hope that I soon find a better opportunity. My wages only cover my rent costs and I have no extra money for food, transportation, etc. I asked for more hours and received hours cut. I’m fed up already.
My experience at Arby's has been up and down. I've worked for multiple across Oklahoma and none have compared to problems I've dealt with currently. Overall, the first Arby's I worked for had great customer service and the co-workers actually worked together. The Arby's I am at today does not. They treat their workers like crap and barely give them any hours.
I liked the people. the manager was always unerstaning. sometimes you get rude customers sometimes the place gets really busy. but it is manageable. the pay was basic minimum wage. you can get free food at the end f your shifts or at a discountd price.
I worked at Arby's because I needed a summer job to make some extra money before school started in the fall. It is a great place to work if you have no experience and it is easy to pick up how to do your daily assignments. I loved my coworkers and the hours are very flexible.
The job is easy and the pay is relatively decent. My biggest problems are with local management. The GM failed to fully train me and let much to be learned without any guidance. He continues to hire minors when he is lacking on closers. Other wise, the company is great. You get a discount on food and the people are pretty fun to work with!
The staff is friendly and work well together. It can be a bit slow sometimes. When the restaurant is slow, employees stand around, but have already completed their cleaning tasks.