Pros: learned customer service, fellow employees and supervisors were really nice, boss was nice, flexible hours
Cons: kitchen area needs repairs, roof needs repairs, front dinning area drink station needs repairs, and food was not free to employees
For first job, it was a good job. Took Them a while before they realised I was ready to be trained to work in the front (as in the cash register). I quit (October 2011) due to school but then reapplied ( April 2012) once school got a little easier. They gave me the hours I wanted and were very flexible. Towards the end I didn't really like working there. I find that there were a lot of health and safety violations, such as missing tiles, poor air ventilation in the summer, water enters when it rains (it pretty much rains inside the building), and a few other issues. The boss is nice and it was still a good first job.