Employees Reveal What It's Really Like To Work At In-N-Out

In-N-Out Burger is one of those fast-food chains that has maintained a solid presence in the country and is trusted by many loyal customers thanks to its delicious menu options. According to Forbes, the brand has more than 300 locations across the country and has not slowed down during the pandemic, rapidly expanding its presence throughout the United States and working hard to keep things as normal as possible, considering the circumstances.

To its credit, In-N-Out has managed to avoid layoffs and keep its employees' jobs secure during the pandemic. On that note, we cannot help but wonder: What is it like working for the brand? Well, according to its official website, In-N-Out is committed to offering a positive work environment for its employees with perks, such as free meals, plenty of room for growth, good pay packages, and more. As for the employees themselves, they have strong opinions about working for the brand. This is what they think about working for In-N-Out Burger.

In-N-Out employees have (mostly) good things to say about their experiences

A curious Redditor wondered what they should keep in mind before applying for a job at In-N-Out Burger. One commenter responded, noting that the work environment is pretty strict in terms of things like grooming and dress code. Plus, the setting, like many other fast-food restaurants, is extremely stressful and not meant for the faint at heart. "INO (In-N-Out) does not push you to your limits without making it worth it," the commenter wrote. "There is a reason the company is always ranked highly regarding work environment. The pay is usually generous and the system is built to help you move up and keep making more as you go."

This sentiment is echoed by former employees on Indeed, where the brand is rated highly (4.5/5). A former employee praised the company for offering a solid entry-level job. They added that it's definitely stressful working at In-N-Out on account of the fact that it's a fast-food brand. Another ex-employee wrote that they were only 16 years old when they first started their job at In-N-Out. They explained that they were able to maintain a robust work-life balance and felt that the company definitely cared about their needs as an individual. Sounds like a sweet deal, huh?