As Rich Duprey reports, when compared with the work environments at other fast food restaurants, In-N-Out Burger is an outlier:
“Fast-food restaurants are not generally viewed as among the best places to work. They’re chaotic, stressful, and as recent labor protests would suggest, they don’t pay top-dollar wages.
“So what’s In-N-Out Burger doing on Glassdoor’s 2015 list of 50 Best Places to Work? For the second time in seven years, this relatively small, regional chain centered in and around California has ranked among the top 10 U.S. employers with more than 1,000 employees.
“That means the burger joint was viewed as a better place to work than Facebook, Apple, Nike, and perennial favorite Costco.”