Working in the ghetto when your not ghetto.
Pros: Discount Meals, Flexible Schedule and Time and half on holidays
Cons: Having to deal with customers with attitude and rudeness
_ Typical day at work would be clocking in, asking the manager where she needs me, I would either be on till taking orders, or running the orders on the screen. At times if their are to many people in the store working it gets hectic with everyone running around.
The people who go and order are always never listening to their orders which forces to have to put their orders elsewhere, then they come back from wherever they ran off to and require a new batch of their same order so we have to promo it so the kitchen knows. I am also required to check the lobby; clean tables, chairs, remove garbage and check Restrooms. Sweeping and mopping is also required of me.
I do not like talking badly about the management, but to say what I must in a positive manner, their are a few that need some more training in order to run and manage a group of people and how the store runs, some of them are unprofessional, it has to do with their age and maturity to handle stress but also experience wise they are not prepared.
Co-workers I recall someone robbed me on the first day I started they went into my bag and stole money from me. Some of them are full of drama and love to create conflict in the workplace. Things are looking better now a lot of them left the store and things are calmer then when I started.
The hardest part about my job is, dealing with the store being short staffed at times and having to struggle to make sure everyone leaves satisfied
I enjoy working to serve customers and put a smile on their face, I really do appreciate when I can make someone's day brighter.