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Wendy’s is a great company to work for and the management team is great . They treat you like family .
Wendy’s is a great place to work it’s fast paced and the day flys by . They treat you like family . They have paid vacations and offer insurance . I have been here for several years .
Free lunch, paid vacations, health insurance, 401k
30 min break, 10 hr shifts, min of 50 hour work week for salary managers .
I love working with Wendy because it showed me a good experience for the co-workers the team member and the team leaders and one day I hope to live up to the expectation to be called a manager
It was perfect for the team members and coworkers
It was excellent
The owner of this company needs to step up and enforce the rules and regulations in Morgantown, WV. There are a few Wendy’s I have been to in my life here and they are just chaotic and disorderly. Even ordering food is disorderly and difficult.
Everyday is a fun challenge and always rewarding, the company is fair and reliable.the only issues you will have will be management getting overwhelmed and under appreciating your work ethic no matter how much you try to please their demands. all in all it is a great stepping stone and if you work your way into the management position you can be the manager that makes the job so much more enjoyable than the too often found managers at Wendy's who are overworked and underpaid who sometimes mistreat their peers.
Discounted meals and easy schedule changes and overtime!
Mistreatment from management, Inconsistent co worker reliability
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Everyone is so nice. The managers are happy to help you and the teammates are ready to help out. The pay is good for me (being a college freshman) and its a great first job.
Free food, good crew, caring managers, perfect location for me
A typical day at work for me started at 7 a.m and went to about 4-5 in the afternoon. We could make our own food for free to eat on break which was 30-45 minutes. They weren't strict at all, in fact management wouldn't even notice when there was an employee gone or a no show. I learned to be weary of any fast food establishment. The workplace culture was okay, but you could tell the workers were miserable but still kept their head up and with open arms to newcomers. The hardest part of the job was accountability, because there really wasn't any.. constant fighting and discouragement from peers and minimal training. Would not recommend if you haven't worked in a fast paced restaurant type establishment before.
Free food, long breaks
fighting, unorganized, accountability
If you have bad management, you will have a bad time. They don’t appreciate the work you put in, and the people who are in management get too comfortable.
Good people sometimes
Joke of management, minimum wage
They like to micro manage. Work your butt off to not be appreciated. it's very clique-y like highschool. The old ladies are worse than the actual highschool kids. Management plays favorites and they don't even hide it. I could say alot more but I'll just say if you have literally any other choice please choose it. You'll regret ever working here I guarantee it. Unless of course you like being micro managed 🤷🏿♀️
Impossible to get fired
Crazy schedule, bad boss, cliques, get micro managed
You get what you expect when you sign on to work for a fast-food chain - simple, and a fine job when you need something. Happiness depends on your coworkers and management; I've been fortunate enough to make good friends with many of my own. Otherwise you're at the mercy of the typical trappings working in this line of customer service, such as high workload, stressful hours when busy, potential customer unrest (regardless of your own attitude), and the like.Good starting position, no stand-out complaints, but no stand-out positives either.
50% off lunches, positive management, decent teamwork.
Stressful at times, not entirely satisfying, quality-of-life is mostly out of your control.
After a few months, you are able to pick up the tasks and establish a routine. There are some major click issues, and it's hard to bond with others. Bad gossip.
Free lunches and ok pay
Management was basically non existent. Very little guidance and leadership. The training was lacking in the leadership for learning when it came to learning new things. It would work best if there was some structure to the training.
Management was non existent