It has been my dream to work at Chick Fil A ever since I was 14 years old. You may think that's a silly dream, but I'll do my best to explain to you why I've always loved Chick Fil A and wanted to work there. Who knows, maybe I'll convince you to apply for a job there as well.
"Welcome to Chick Fil A!" says a cheerful cashier with a big smile on her face as you walk through the front door of the resturaunt. As you walk up to the cash register this sweet and friendly cashier asks how she can serve you. She takes your order, asks if you need anything else, and apologizes if your wait is over a couple of minutes. "Clark!" says the friendly cashier, and you walk up to the counter to getyour meal you've just ordered. "May I get you anything else?"
"No thank you." you reply.
"Okay! Have a great day!" Says the cheerful young lady.
This is an example of the friendliness i've seen at Chick Fil A. As soon as you walk through the door, you are greeted. I love the serving attitude that Chick Fil A persues in all of their employees. The cashiers, team members, managers, and operators are all looking for ways to serve YOU, their honored guest. The kindness I've seen made me want to be a part of Chick Fil A. I wanted to make others feel honored, and to feel special. Not to mention, all Chick Fil A restraunts are closed on Sundays, which I truly appreciate. So I filled out an online application, prayed for a call, and then I waited... and waited... and waited some more.
It was a cloudy Wednesday morning in February when an unfamiliar number popped up on my cell phone screen. I answered. "Hey Kathryn! How would you like to come in for an interview next monday morning?" said the man on the phone, and i suddenly realized who it was. It was the manager of our local Chick Fil A restraunt. "AHHHH! Yes! I'd love to come interview!" I said in a high-pitch excited voice.
Monday morning, February 4th, 2013, I sat down to meet with the three Chick Fil A managers, including...
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