Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – 891 Pape Avenue, East York, ON – 25 March 2017
It was a fun place to work with.I learned about team work and leadership quality.Hard part was to manage things with a good customer service and the most enjoyable part was to provide a good customer service.
SHIFT MANAGER (Former Employee) – Richmond, BC – 22 March 2017
Prepping for the lunch and dinner rushes to maintain a good pace in working. Being overwhelmed is a normal feeling because the environment is very fast paced but everyone gets the hang of things after a while.
Cook (Former Employee) – Orillia, ON – 20 March 2017
Was able to learn how to effectively cook chicken and asess the quality of the product before serving. Also learned basic plumbing and vent maintenance procedures and the importance of maintaining a safe work environment.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Woodstock, NB – 18 March 2017
I worked quite often. I loved my job, I loved interacting with the customers, upselling and working as a group with the other employees. I acted almost as a manager to the younger employees, as they found me more approachable. At KFC I trained mostly all of the cashiers. I also travelled a bit with my manager to train employees at another location, as I can speak French. The only difficult part I fond would be the constant change in management. There was a difficulty in maintaining one manager for a long period of time, which was hard as I like to create a bond with the other employees. I think the most enjoyable part of the job would be getting to interact with the people in my community everyday. I also enjoyed the sense of family within our store.
Management trainee (Former Employee) – Nottingham, UK – 16 March 2017
This is just an ordinary job role and quite busy with work. it is really stressful as when it is getting really busy some times. management is trying to look after their workers but sometimes they are missing it as they are also getting no time for it.
Shift Manager (Current Employee) – Kitchener-Waterloo, ON – 9 March 2017
It would be a great place to work but there isn't room to grow and the pay isn't great. Been in the company for almost 11 years and I'm still only a shift manager! I've been doing assistant manager training but it hasn't lead me anywhere yet
Store Manager (Former Employee) – calgary alberta canada – 5 March 2017
i very much enjoy of working with KFC.it was frenchise taken by pirani group second largest franchisee owner.company trusted me lot.i always stand for companies need.all the company policy always taken care.
some time working long hours to complete task or store inventory
Team Member and Cook (Current Employee) – Kitchener-Waterloo, ON – 3 March 2017
- no room for professional advancement - I ended up with a solid group of coworkers whom I enjoy working with - security in the stores can be an issue (money was stolen from employee area, and nothing was investigated) - management often has trouble communicating needs, and listening to the workers about what needs to happen - the schedule is released late, and inflexible to employee needs (despite posted availability)
Shift Manager/ Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Richmond, BC – 1 March 2017
At work, I accomplish tasks alongside my team members who share similar passions for customer service. While it is difficult to continuously satisfy customers, especially those with complaints, I find my job rewarding. With a healthy competitive spirit, I am confident in my organisational and management skills. I always look forward to my shifts.
Shift Manager (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 23 February 2017
During a day-to-day activities it involves, ensuring all the team members are assigned to their correct stations and managing inventory for the day. Over the past couple of years working at KFC I've had the opportunity to improve my leadership and team management along with learning new skills such as, customer service skills and marketing and promotions skills. Despite learning new skills at KFC, one of the hardest part was having the opportunity for career advancement and promotion. However, the most enjoyable part was meeting new people everyday and getting to learn new skills.