Pros: deals on food, the kind of work you do, nice/friendly staff for the most part
I worked really hard there, tried talking to customers as I simultaneously prepared food not only to establish a happy/positive energy in the environment, but to bring the customers back. My managers kept pulling me aside and threatening to fire me even though I was working nonstop every shift, taking shorter breaks to help out, while others would be – more... going into the freezer to text or call people randomly, going on smoke breaks when it wasn't even their break time. It made absolutely no sense. They were hard on me for no reason...
At the second Mucho Burrito I worked at I had a manager who asked my availability then when I was hired, they gave me shifts at the times I said I wasn't available (I had no way of getting there and would have bussed but there was no bus heading that way) so they basically said "sorry, this isn't going to workout' even though they agreed to give me shifts at different times when I had a vehicle available. Also, they didn't pay me for training, had to do it for free (which I don't mind to be honest), but I know most places pay their new staff for training so they basically took advantage of me because I worked the training all for free then they said it wasn't going to workout. – less