Felon Hiring Policy Report – Chipotle Mexican Grill

Chipotle logoCompany Name

Chipotle Mexican Grill

Industry

Restaurants

Headquarters

Denver, CO

Company Overview

Chipotle first opened its doors in 1993, the goal was simple: to serve high quality, delicious food quickly with an experience that not only exceeded, but redefined the fast food experience.

Chipotle had 16 restaurants (all in Colorado) when McDonald’s Corporation became a major investor in 1998. By the time McDonald’s fully divested itself from Chipotle in 2006, the chain had grown to over 500 locations. With more than 1600 locations, Chipotle has a staff of more than 45,000 employees.

Hiring Locations

Chipotle has locations across the United States

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Hiring Website Link

Go to the following website to find the link to the site for the job type you are interested in http://jobs.chipotle.com/

 Policy For Hiring Those With Felony Convictions

We received the following response after contacting them regarding their hiring policies for those with felony convictions:

“Anyone is welcome to apply to our restaurants and if someone is considered for employment all of these issues will be looked into.

I’m sorry I can’t provide more information for you, but again, we encourage anyone to apply.

Have They Hired Former Felons?

While Chipotle would not confirm that they have previously hired felons we have had reports from other sources that they have previously hired those with felony convictions.

Specific Program For Hiring Former Felons

They do not have a specific program for the hiring of those with felony convictions.

Who Makes Hiring Decisions

All Chipotle locations are owned by Chipotle and are not franchises. That means that the hiring decisions are made primarily by the local managers following guidelines from the corporate headquarters.

The Best Way To Secure A Position

Applying at your local Chipotle and convincing the management to hire you is your best bet to secure a position.

Applying in person and explaining your conviction face-to-face generally is much better than simply filling out an application.

If you can get a referral from another employee at that location you will also be helping yourself out tremendously.

Have you had any experience applying to or working at this company?

If so, please share your experience in the comments below.

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