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Good place for someones first job
Cashier (Current Employee), Ajax, ONApril 8, 2014
Pros: 50% off while working
Cons: horrible hours, nothing livable
the location that i currently work at is very screwy, managers are dating owners kids, people that are supposed to be managers dont do their job then look down on you. no matter how hard you will work there, someone will always have a problem... the customers however are the best part of going to work.
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Funn place to work
Senior System Administrator (Former Employee), Atwel DriveApril 3, 2014
Co-worker are very friendly.
Hardest part of the job is less resources
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We have nothing for recreation in work time.
Food Service Team Member (Current Employee), Toronto, ONApril 2, 2014
Pros: one free meal
Cons: 10 hour maximum
I learn for KFC many things like,
How I manage the team
Customers communication
Maintain the KFC standard within the KFC specification
Chain on commend from top to lower management
Food Safety
Quality
On time start work and on time finish
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Can be a good place to work, depends on co-workers.
Supervisor (Current Employee), Lac La Biche, ABMarch 26, 2014
Great beginning job for a student, or someone who needs a job to support their family. It can be a fun place to work, but you really need to depend on your co-workers so if they are not doing their job it makes things difficult.
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so much fun working In KFC
Cashier in sells (Former Employee), DhakaMarch 26, 2014
Pros: co operative colligues
Cons: low salary
I love to continue my career there but as I was a student i had to quit my job.
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good work place for school kids
Cook/dishwasher (Former Employee), stony plain abMarch 18, 2014
Pros: free lunches and the staff was friendly and understanding
Cons: management wasnt the greatest
i battered and cooked the chicken in the kitchen, along with maintaining a clean kitchen, that also entails washing dishes at the end of shift, and cleaning the cookers.
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Decent and enjoyable for a fast food job.
Customer Service, Central Chef (Former Employee), Parry Sound, ONMarch 12, 2014
Pros: free lunches, great staff, and sometimes a fun work-place.
Cons: pressure, hours, and wages.
Normal days: go in through the back door, punch in through the computer, speak to manager about the day's placement.
IF CASHIER: You normally spend the day talking and serving customers while on the terminal. Every here and there, you're asked to prepare a cash float, seeing as you may only have 100 dollars in the cash-terminal at once. Re-stocking – more... and keeping track of what products are needed in the front, such as pop, ketchup, napkins, and bags, are a huge responsibility to keep track of. At the end of the day, and sometimes during, the door is to be locked and the front of the store is to be maintained and cleaned. Garbage is to be replaced, pop and ice are to be topped up if needed, and the bathrooms are to be washed. Floors are to be cleaned as well as the counters. Once everything is stocked, cleaned, and replaced properly, you may punch out and leave.
IF CENTRAL CHEF: This is a straight forward job that involves a very collected mind. You prepare all the products that come up on the screen while being polite to the customer, and efficiently quick to serve. There are instructions on how to make and prepare all products provided if the chef has trouble understanding. There is also a key point to keep communication with the BACK CHEF and CASHIER. The BACK CHEF will notify you when chicken will be ready, which can sometimes create a wait for the customer. Of course, you are to relay these times to the CASHIER when they are an issue. You are also responsible to keep watch of your salad and product count, and to cook/prepare fresh product when need be. It is better to keep a full stock of things rather than run out. At the end of the day, you are responsible for tidying up the central kitchen, replacing product, washing dishes you may or may not have used, and taking out the trash. Occasionally, you are also responsible for replacing the grease in the cookers. It's a simple task which normally calls for the Manager's help, but one must always be careful when working around hot grease. After the kitchen is tidied to workplace expectations, you are to punch out, and leave. – less
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PRODUCTIVE & GOOD LEARNING EXPERIENCE FOR ME
Customer service Representative (Former Employee), BRAMPTON ,ONMarch 11, 2014
I learned so many things in this job . how to greet the customers & how to make the friendly environment in the job . everyone was very good with me including the manager . we worked in a team or i can say it was KFC family we did every thing together . it was a wonderful experience for me. The hardest part of the job was that when i had to leave this – more... job. – less
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Bad company and bad management
Supervisor (Former Employee), Edmonton, ABMarch 6, 2014
Overall the worst dictatorial prejudiced and abusive company , they cannot find local employees because of their egregious violation of worker's rights and the worst product they can ever produce.
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Shift Manager (Former Employee), Calgary, ABMarch 5, 2014
was a great experience ..doing this job learned alot about customer service ..cash handling, store inventory..the great part of course working in a team
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Relaxing environment
Delivery Driver (Former Employee), Windsor, ONMarch 3, 2014
Pros: time to relax in between deliveries
Cons: greasy floors, no air conditioning or heat
I would go in to the back room where the drivers sit and I would bring a book or my computer and entertain myself until an order came in. Once the order was ready, I would grab the money float (for change) and deliver the food swiftly. Sometimes I would return to find another order ready for delivery - other times an order wouldn't come in for a half – more... hour. The hardest part is giving exact change on the spot and dealing with impatient customers. The most enjoyable part is being able to sit down after a delivery and enjoy myself as I wait for the next one. – less
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Very productive and used to be fun to work
General Help (Former Employee), Prince George, BCMarch 3, 2014
Pros: free meal while at work and 20% off outside of work
Cons: long hours
: Busy, there is always things to do
: Time management and communication
: Poor management
: Some are great to work with but some are just hard to deal with
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Friendly and Clean Workplace
Cook (Current Employee), Toronto, ONMarch 1, 2014
Pros: free food
Cons: tiring
.Cooking and breading chicken, gravy
.cleaning kitchen and filtering machines
.great management
. very friendly co-workers
.long hours
.free food
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Fun and good advancement opportunities
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Kitchener, ONFebruary 19, 2014
The day started with paperwork and was busy by lunch time. I learned a lot about keeping the books and ordering enough product until next order. The hardest part of the job was peak hour rushes and the best part was weekend hours ending at 6.
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Busy work place
Customer Service (Former Employee), Windsor, ONFebruary 18, 2014
I worked cash, re-stocking product, cooking product, counting till and maintaining a clean work environment
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great first job
cook - Part time basis (Former Employee), queensland australiaFebruary 17, 2014
it was fun to work there while i was young i made some great friends learnt hard work ethic and what it takes to be a strong reliable worker
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stressful work environment
My primary role was assistant manager/manager (Former Employee), Oromocto, NBFebruary 17, 2014
Pros: free food, good salary
Cons: long hours, 24 hour a day phone calls, constantly worrying if you are going to lose your job
I actually learned a lot working here, how to manage a store as i was the assistant manager on paper but was unofficially the acting manager. However this company kept its employees in fear of losing their job with threats and this being the reason i left. The most enjoyable part of the job for me was witnessing my hard work come together, seeing the – more... final product. – less
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Crew Member (Former Employee), Seattle, WAFebruary 16, 2014
Working either drive thru or front register cashier, handling orders that were placed and having to put together the order in a timely manner. I learned how to work quickly in a fast paced environment, I learned how to work the cashier register how to handle money and cards. The hardest part was closing having to do inventory and counting tills and – more... cleaning everything else. The most enjoyable part was eating all the food. – less
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respect for each individual was encouraged to provide a good working environment
Cook (Current Employee), North Battleford, SKFebruary 11, 2014
employees are treated with utmost respect that would make you feel you are a family member not a worker
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Great first job
SUPERVISOR (Former Employee), Carleton Place, ONFebruary 5, 2014
Pros: flexible hours
Cons: upper management has no concept of working in one of their stores entails
Great training programs were fun and very helpful. Very customer service oriented.

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