Our research indicates that Bojangles’ does not regularly require pre-employment drug screening for most entry-level positions. However, as with any employer, exceptions may exist and policies can change over time. It’s important for job seekers to fully understand a company’s current hiring practices before applying.
We recommend that anyone interested in working at Bojangles’ review the company’s specific hiring policies and current job listings. You can find these on the Bojangles’ careers page. This will provide the most up-to-date information directly from the source.
The information in this article is based on research from the Bojangles’ website as well as feedback from current and former employees. It should not be considered absolutely definitive, but rather a general overview of Bojangles’ pre-employment drug screening practices.
Does Bojangles’ Drug Test?
Our research indicates that Bojangles’ does not regularly drug test candidates applying for most standard restaurant positions such as cashier, cook, drive-thru worker, etc. However, there may be exceptions for management roles or if an on-the-job injury occurs. Policies can also change over time.
What Positions are Available at Bojangles’?
Here are some of the most common entry-level positions at Bojangles’ and typical hourly wages:
- Crew Member – Works in the kitchen preparing food, cleaning, stocking, running the drive-thru. Pay starts around $9/hour.
- Cashier – Runs the cash register, takes customer orders, processes payments. Pay starts around $9/hour.
- Drive-Thru Specialist – Focuses on the drive-thru, taking orders over the headset system. Pay starts around $9/hour.
Does Bojangles’ Drug Test any Positions?
Our research found that the only position Bojangles’ may require drug screening for is management roles, such as Shift Manager or Assistant Unit Manager. Standard restaurant crew positions do not appear to require testing.
Does Bojangles’ Drug Test for Promotions?
We did not find any evidence that Bojangles’ conducts drug screening for internal promotions from entry-level to management positions. However, as a general rule it’s possible that testing could be required when moving into managerial roles.
Does Bojangles’ Drug Test if Injured on the Job?
Information on drug screening after on-the-job injuries at Bojangles’ specifically was not available. Many companies do test following accidents to protect against liability. However, regular restaurant crew positions at Bojangles’ do not seem to require standard pre-employment drug tests.
In summary, Bojangles’ does not appear to drug test candidates for most entry-level restaurant positions. However, applicants should carefully review current hiring policies and job listings to confirm the company’s practices. Testing may be required for management roles or following onsite injuries.