From the beginning, Truett based his business on Biblical principles that he believed were also good business principles, and since 1982, our Corporate Purpose has guided all that we do. We keep our Purpose front and center because it helps us to steward our business and our work to positively influence everyone we meet.
"To glorify God by being a faithful steward of all that is entrusted to us. To have a positive influence on all who come in contact with Chick-fil-A."
To live out our Purpose and honor Truett's legacy, we are focused on creating a culture of care, both at the Support Center and in our restaurants.
Our culture of care
We believe that a strong and caring culture is essential to our success and to offering fulfilling careers for our staff. The notion of care applies not only to our franchise Operators and their Team Members and customers in our restaurants, but also to how we treat each other at the Support Center.
Chick-fil-A is committed to a workplace culture where everyone is treated with honor, dignity and respect. And, our policies, practices and benefits support this goal.
At our restaurants, we're known for being closed on Sunday, to allow Operators and their team members to enjoy a day of rest, be with their families and loves ones, and worship if they choose.
Our core values reflect our Purpose, our culture, and shape the staff and work experience of Chick-fil-A teams wherever they are.
We're here to serve. We keep the needs of Operators, their Team Members and customers at the heart of our work, doing what is best for the business and best for them.
We're better together. It's through teamwork and collaboration that we do our best work. We're an inclusive culture that leverages the strengths of our diverse talent to innovate and maximize our care for Operators, their Team Members and customers.
We are purpose-driven. We model our Purpose every day, connecting our work and daily activities to our business strategy, supporting each other's efforts to be good stewards who create positive impact on all who come in contact with Chick-fil-A.
We pursue what's next. We find energy in adapting and re-inventing how we do things, from the way we work to how we care for others.
Life at Chick-fil-A
At Chick-fil-A, we want our staff members to have "work full life." Our corporate offices, known as the Support Center, are set on 73 wooded acres, and our open office concept provides spaces - inside and outside - for every style and preference.
In a typical week, you may experience:
Regular team and project meetings that support our highly collaborative culture (and, plenty of time for heads-down work on your own).
An optional Monday morning devotion hosted by the Cathy Family.
A brainstorm session at Hatch, our Innovation Center, or a Lunch and Learn sponsored by one of our teams.
A walk on the trails, a workout in the wellness center or a volunteer activity on or off campus. (You can even shoot hoops or play a game of wallyball).
Access to subsidized childcare services for your convenience (based on availability).
We stay connected with each other through one-on-one and department meetings, quarterly Atrium Talks and an annual company conference attended by restaurant Operators, staff and spouses (if they can get away to join).
We stay connected with the business by offering Staff opportunities to work in Chick-fil-A restaurants, serving customers alongside our franchised Operators and their Team Members. It's hard work, but always fun and insightful.
If you are seeking a fulfilling career, doing meaningful work with people who care, we might have just the right opportunity for you.
Chick-fil-A, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity and inclusion. We make employment decisions on the basis of qualifications, merit and business need.