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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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The fastest-growing restaurant chain in the US is all about one thing: chicken fingers.

Raising Cane's increased sales by a whopping 25.9% in 2016, reaching the No. 1 spot on Nation's Restaurant News annual list of the fastest-growing chains by sales in the US last July.

The 310-location chicken-finger restaurant is taking over the nation, opening 59 new restaurants in 2016 alone. And, it has the added bonus of offering the fastest drive-thru service in the industry, according to QSR Magazine.

Fried chicken is hot right now, but Raising Cane's offers something a little bit different than chains like Chick-fil-A or KFC, thanks to its minimalist menu and focus on chicken fingers.
I loved the experience working at this company. It was the best experience I’ve worked in a job setting. The employees are very family oriented and it makes you want to keep coming back! Even though the hours were long and your feet will hurt , the overall experience was great. If you have sensitive skin I would advice you to not work in the kitchen because of the chemicals and the grease of the chicken broke me out or the sanitizer for the dishes , but working in the cashier and interacting with the customers is a awesome experience as well. If you want to have your first job work at raisen canes !