Working at Zaxby's

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Ratings for Zaxby's

  • Appreciation
    3.2
  • Company Outlook
    3.5
  • Fair Pay
    2.3
  • Learning and Development
    3.2
  • Manager Communication
    3.6
  • Manager Relationship
    3.8
  • Pay Transparency
    2.6
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Zaxby's Reviews

What is it like working at Zaxby's?

Team leader at zaxbys.
Team Leader, General in Lexington:
Pros: I love being able to help everyone out so the restaurant runs smoothly
Cons: Working 40+ hours and not getting the outcome I deserve on my check
Stressful.
Cashier in Andalusia:
Pros: Fast Paced Environment, Wonderful Coworkers & customers, flexible hours
Cons: Bad Management, Being short Staffed
Stressful and demanding. Expected to be available 24/7/365. No personsal life. Never get to take vacations.
General Manager, Restaurant in Hartsville:
Pros: How we have freedom to take ownership of our unit
Cons: Never enough management help or support.
Cook, Fast Food:
I started as a part-time cook. I feel forthnate to know such a wonderful crew and group of leaders. Zaxbys is a good company to be in for anyone. Zaxby's is a fast food restuarant. The work is production, customer service, and keeping the restuarant clean.
Great.
Assistant Manager, Fast Food in Jackson:
Pros: I like the way we set I goal to enrich one person life at a time
Cons: Nothing
Exciting, empowering, My main focus was On keeping drive time under 3:00 min and keep food hot.
Line Cook in Charlotte:
Pros: The atmosphere..We work, We have fun, we inspire and interact with guest.
Cons: Stingy on overtime..Training and talent development could be tweeked better
Mediocre.
Cashier in Athens:
Pros: My coworkers, although very unreliable, are what makes work tolerable.
Cons: There is no transparency or consistency. I was forced to be cross trained as a cook and a cashier, and that includes a pay raise. I have not received any raise yet, and was told that I am required to take online lesson that can only be done while clocked in at work... Which is practically impossible to do.