Cons: long hours
The typical day at work would be clocking in, puttin uniform on, washing hands, make sure your relief has done his/her sidework, write out the prep list, start prep list, start cooking if bills come in, other cook comes on after an hour or two after being by yourself. One cook is finishing prep and the other one cooks, if needed, the cook doing prep will come onto line and help out the other cook if the bills start to become to much to handle. After 4 -5 hours one cook leaves after doing his/her sidework then the cook thats left will clean the kitchen so the other cook coming on wouldnt have a dirty kitchen, once the other cook comes on the other one leaves after his/her sidework is done.
What i have learned while doing this job is how to cook a variety of things, doing inventory, and also recipes.
The management was not that great with the new managers there was only one manager their that really took his job seriously he was the best to work with he didnt let people get away with anything.
The co-workers there were pretty fun and easy to get a long with, going there everyday seemed like it was a home for me, you'd be able to talk to anyone of them about problems or about anything.
The hardest part of the job was to cook by myself for couple hours when there was a huge rush, having to cook 6 bills at once and getting them all out in under 10 minutes.
The most enjoyable part of the job was to start to get to work and get the job done to satisfy someones hunger.