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100 North St #802
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
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Working at Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers is such a fantastic experience. The people—management, crew, corporate, EVERYBODY—is so understanding. I have made lifelong friends in my coworkers. I walk in to work and have a great day all day. We work hard to provide our One Love: quality chicken finger meals, the perfect box. We love working together to make sure our customers have the best possible experience. The Cane’s community is a special thing. We look out for each other and have each other’s backs. Every single employee, even the CEO, has “Fry Cook & Cashier” as part of their title. This is because every single worker at Cane’s, even corporate, management, etc., has worked at least one shift in a restaurant. Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers knows what they’re (we’re) doing. I wouldn’t trade working here for the world. We’re on the Glassdoor top 50 places to work in 2017 for a reason. Join the Cane’s Crew! You won’t regret it.
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It all depends on location when it comes to Raising Canes. If you start work in a location in a college town/busy location, you will most likely receive a lower pay rate due to high demand for a job. If you are in a smaller town/less busy location, pay tends to increase, which in my opinion is unfair. I work in at a location that is both in a college town/really busy (San Marcos, Texas), and I started off at $9.25/hr, while my friend started at the same time I did in a different location (New Braunfels, Texas), which was smaller/less busy, and he started off at $10/hr, which I see as unfair given that San Marcos is a busier location, which means we have to due a lot more work than New Braunfels. Even though it is less than $1 difference, I see it as pretty unfair that the busier location is paid less for more work.
I'm a shift manager going on 5 years at Raising Canes, and I must say this is the best job I have worked for as a young adult. The company takes a lot of pride in their mission and vision statements and achieve both beautifully. The work-life balance is very important to me as I am a full-time college student. My company wants to help me achieve my goals by helping out any way possible whether that be through growth opportunities, scholarships, benefits, and offering great culture. This quick-service chain is the leading trend in food right now and I wouldn't want to part of any other company.