One of the best places to work in the country comes with unlimited access to french fries.
The fast food chain In-N-Out Burger has been named the best restaurant to work in, in a new ranking compiled by the business review site Glassdoor. In the annual list of the best places to work on the site, In-N-Out ranks No. 3, behind the Massachusetts-based management consulting company Bain & Company and technology company Nvidia. In-N-Out thus defeated major technology companies, including Google and Microsoft, in addition to its restaurant competition.
Having a restaurant that is first and foremost the best place to work during a global pandemic has proved to be an easy feat, given that restaurants across the country had to close indoor dining rooms, revise health policies and safety and resort to delivery and delivery models only. However, the burger chain managed to deliver, officials say.
“Amazing people, great guide, I feel concerned about every day and we make the best burgers on the planet!” The head of the California-based fast food chain writes about the company in Glassdoor.
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Glassdoor’s 13th annual list of the best jobs, published on Tuesday, ranked the Top 100 companies (with at least 1,000 employees) based on employee feedback. In-N-Out secured place No. 3 for the second consecutive year, after ranking No. 4 in 2018 and No. 7 in 2017.
Glassdoor’s list also includes other restaurants such as LongHorn Steakhouse (number 76) and Raising Cane’s (number 89). Food chains such as HEB (№ 10), Trader Joe’s (№ 35) and Wegmans (№ 36) are also on the list for 2021.
Other hard-hit airlines and travel companies, such as Delta, included the No. 7 list, followed by clothing retailer Lululemon, which boosted online sales with growing demand for sportswear.
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Separately, the private burgers chain has made headlines in recent weeks after two new locations were responsible for recent Coronavirus outbreaks in Colorado.
“We are working closely with our public health agencies to review and confirm that the proactive steps we are taking are appropriate and effective in protecting our communities,” a restaurant spokesman told FOX Business in an email last week, explaining. : ‘This includes limiting the number of staff and clients indoors, using staff’ cohorts’ and responding quickly to identify and exclude anyone who has been in close contact with a person who has tested positive. “