8 Strict Rules That Have Gotten Chick-fil-A Workers Fired

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Don't even pretend to mess with the food.

In recent days, a video that purported to show two Chick-fil-A workers spitting in chicken batter went viral, prompting their immediate termination from employment.

Don't share ways to hack the menu

Inspired by the menu-hack films trending on TikTok, a former Chick-fil-A employee made her own little video demonstrating how to save money on the restaurant chain's Mango Passion Tea Lemonade.

Polygraph tests may be required.

One Chick-fil-A employee handbook states that occasionally, employees may be asked to take a lie detector exam, particularly if they are under suspicion for theft or embezzlement.

The one restaurant rule.

A individual can only own one Chick-fil-A restaurant at any given time, in contrast to the many fast-food corporations that are happy when a franchisee becomes a multi-unit owner-operator.

All hair must be a natural color.

You can work at Chick-fil-A whether you have brown, black, blonde, red, gray, or white hair.

No tips allowed

Accepting a tip from a happy customer can rapidly make one Chick-fil-A employee very unhappy.

They must answer "my pleasure."

Saying thanks to a Chick-fil-A You will never receive the conventional response of "you're welcome" from a worker. Also, you won't ever hear a casual "no problem" or "anytime!"

One reason Chick-fil-A has grown to be so dominant in the American fast food industry is because it provides food that many consumers consider to be of the highest caliber and favor above that of rival businesses.

However, another method Chick-fil-A runs such a tight ship is by mandating that staff adhere to a number of standards, many of which are stringent and carefully enforced.

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