Get to work get assigned a position, either that will be front counter or the back of the house in the kitchen. I have learned a lot while being a Chick-fil-A employee. Being patient. Change isn't always bad. As long as your job is complete work should not be that bad, it should actually be good and good vibes all around. Chick-fil-A management is not out to get you, but they want to see you succeed and grow for yourself and even within the company. The hardest part about the job, like any other job is to learn the ropes. It is also hard to leave after a shift, because everyone loves everyone and enjoys each other company.
Free Meals, Awesome Parties, Appreication Gifts.
Short breaks due to being busy.