Had a Jiffy-Lube once tell me that my power steering fluid was OK. Which must have been in some philosophical sense, as the car did not have power steering.
I do not trust quick lube places, but even dealerships are not much better. Besides not tightening the drain plug all the way once, and not replacing the fill cap once, have also had such places not install the air filter cover properly. I do not like people messing with engine air filters as when they check them (to try to sell a new one) they are in a hurry and it is easy for them to put it back together wrong, or leave hoses disconnected.
Quick lube places lure you in with the low price of an oil change, then find all this other stuff "wrong" with your car and charge big money for that. That's how they make most of their profits. The people working there are usually poorly trained, so decent chance they will mess something up because they are incompetent.
At car dealerships, a lot of the techs get paid by the job, not by the hour, so they'll get paid $20 for an oil change and so on. While they are well-trained, that encourages them to rush through a job and on to the next one -- raising the chances for mistakes.
I've found the best option if you can't do the work yourself is to find a local mechanic who runs his own shop, who is trustworthy. He takes pride in his work and also has the skills to do it right.