Cons: long hours with (sometimes) no breaks
A typical day at work would be changing into a uniform, washing your hands, prepping and cleaning the station you would be working at each day and immediately begin making and finishing the orders in the most efficient and orderly fashion.
What I did learn besides detailed recipes, was something that has been implemented to me by past jobs, but enforced by this particular one, which was the ability to determine an efficient route to find a particular solution to a problem in a busy or rushed environment. This has led me to be a greater solution seeker and ultimately more reliable and useful.
The management is great for they always seek to help you in areas where you need assistance.
The most difficult part of the job was the highly busy and stressed-filled hours that one would have to work through, especially on the weekends.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the people that you associate with as they are focused in making a professional working environment but have the time to have fun while doing it.