7 Bizarre Rules That Chick-fil-A Employees Have to Follow
1. The over-regulation of men's hair
As revealed by employees on Reddit, Chick-fil-A pays a great deal of attention to its employees' hair. Male employees at Chick-fil-A aren't allowed to have hair longer than collar length, and beards are strictly prohibited
2. generally, no fun hairstyles allowed
" Female employees with hair longer than shoulder length must wear it pulled back, and all employees are prohibited from coloring their hair anything other than "natural colors."
3. Leave the jewelry at home
Chick-fil-A invites all employees to kindly leave their jewelry and personal effects at home. Men aren't allowed to wear earrings or facial piercings (including tongue rings and eyebrow rings).
4. Employees have to hide their tattoos
The chicken chain doesn't seem to have a policy against hiring people with visible tattoos, but it does require all employees with tattoos to conceal them while at work.
5. Breaks are only allotted during non-peak business hours
All breaks are scheduled during "non-peak business periods"—and come preloaded with a half-dozen "off the clock" employee responsibilities. By the end of your unpaid meal break.
6. Uniforms must be returned cleaned and pressed
Chick-fil-A has a few interesting rules regarding maintenance and ownership of its employee uniforms. Team Members leaving Chick-fil-A are required to return their uniforms "clean and pressed.
7. Employees are encouraged to say "My Pleasure" as a response to "Thank you"
the guideline does not outright require Chick-fil-A employees to say "My Pleasure" to customers. But it does stipulate that all customers should experience "at least one element of 2nd Mile Experience"—and receiving a "My pleasure" is the only specific example of "2nd Mile Experience"
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