Perfect job to start off with. Easy to get the hang of.
Pros: nobody supervised me. had a list of things to do for the day.
Cons: only payed 8.5 an hour. breaking down after a busy banquet
I would always be the first one my manager would rely on if he needed help.
I taught most of the new workers the basics of the kitchen.
My co-workers were very supportive and we all got along.
The hardest part of my job was prepping the food.
The most enjoyable part of the job was the freedom, being able to work well with other. Workers made it fun – more... and easy to work there – less