PEWAUKEE — As the Chick-fil-A on
Capitol Drive nears its March 14 grand opening, the restaurant is in
the process of hiring 85 employees and Kyle Bartz has been named
Bartz, a St. Louis native, has worked at several Chick-fil-A
locations and started as a team member before he was promoted into
various leadership positions. He is filling full-time and part-time
positions in all areas of the Pewaukee restaurant, 1454 Capitol
Drive, including leadership development, hospitality, catering,
training and marketing. Each position will include benefits such as
potential scholarships for continuing education, having Sundays off
and flexible schedules.
Bartz, his wife, Julie, and their two children are excited to open a
Chick-fil-A restaurant of their own in Pewaukee, according to the
Named one of the “best places to work” by Glassdoor, Chick-fil-A is
known for hiring and retaining talent and offering a supportive
workplace with opportunities for leadership development, respect for
work-life balance and competitive wages.
Chick-fil-A Team Members are eligible for the chain’s initiative,
Remarkable Futures, which provides $14.5 million in annual
scholarships. Ranging from $2,500 to $25,000, the scholarships are
based on leadership, community involvement and academic achievement.
Chick-fil-A, which employs more than 75,000 people through corporate
positions and franchised locations, has provided almost $60.5
million to help pay for college since a formal scholarship program
was initiated 45 years ago in 1973.