I'm a Taco Bell employee and we have strict rules about when workers are allowed in-store – it all depends on customers

A TACO Bell employee has spilled the beans on the rules workers have to follow.

Staff members have shared a series of insider secrets behind the famous and hugely popular fast-food restaurant.

Taco Bell workers are reportedly not allowed in the restaurant when they’re not on the clock.

This is despite the fact that they may enjoy relaxing with fellow workers in the restaurant, according to Eat This.

The Taco Bell workers' handbook states that employees must clock in when they start work and clock out at the end of their shift.

Workers must clock in before they start their shift and have been warned that if the restaurant is busier than usual, their rest period may be "interrupted".

A Taco Bell store manager claimed in a Reddit thread that their store is required to stay open for an extra 30 minutes if they make $75 or more in the hour beforehand.

They said: “It just makes closing harder, but we will still have the taco bell smile for you either way.”

Meanwhile, another employee has spilled the beans on why food orders may look the same.

The employee said it's even led to some customers having meltdowns.

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An un-named manager, who has been with the popular taco chain for three years, spoke with Thrillist about the inner workings of the global brand, on the condition of anonymity.

He said: "Everything that comes out of our kitchen is weighed on a digital scale.

"If the weight is .3oz off what it's supposed to be, we have to throw that item away.

He said: "We all train with a scale, and we have to get used to doling out the ingredients precisely, in order to make everything the correct weight in the end. It's very hard to get that right."

The midwest manager claimed: "They say Taco Bell is the hardest fast-food restaurant to work at, and I believe that.

"Not only is the menu always changing, but we are extremely precise with how we make our food."

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It comes after another Taco Bell employee revealed the real reason why your drive-thru order gets messed up.

And, one Taco Bell fan took drastic steps in a bid to get his favorite item back on the menu.

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