In-N-Out Burger, Chipotle, Starbucks: How restaurants rank for employee satisfaction

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According to a recent survey from financial services company William Blair, fast food chains compete with one another to attract and retain talent, with some companies performing better than others in terms of employee satisfaction.

Fast-casual, quick service, specialty, and casual dining restaurants were among the more than 90 restaurant concepts included by the study's analysis of more than 350,000 Glassdoor evaluations.

In-N-Out Burger employees were the most likely to suggest their jobs to friends (87%), followed by Barcelona Wine Bar (79%), and Snooze (77%). Among the newcomers to the top 10 this year are Chuy's (73%), Black Rifle Coffee Company (76%), and MOD Pizza (73%).

With 76% of employees saying they'd recommend working there, Black Rifle Coffee Company at No. 4 and Dutch Bros at No. 5 also made the top 10. In total, two publicly traded eateries made the list.

228 Starbucks locations have so far voted in favour of unionisation, according to records from the NLRB, an independent federal labour agency, as of Tuesday. While 208 of them have received certification and must now start bargaining with the union in good faith.

Here are some other well-known brands and their rankings: Dave & Busters, 64%, Shake Shake, 64%, and Bloomin' Brands, whose portfolio of brands includes the following: Outback Steakhouse, 69%; Bonefish Grill, 69%; and Carrabba's Italian Grill, 65%

The company noted that it observed "worrisome trends" among workers at Chipotle, 66%, BJ's Restaurants, 54%, and Kura Sushi.

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