Pros: free coffee and clean cafeterias
Cons: smelly work area
Well.. I was on night shift so my shift started around 6:30 pm, I disinfected all pans and started up all equipment and everyone got to do their job and I carried pans where I was supposed to and just maintaining the systems. I learned how to maintain systems, learned social skills, as well as I learned to make new friends. Management was okay, a bit on the rough side though. Co-workers were okay, Some were old and saucy while more were bittersweet. Hardest part of the job was maybe putting up with being a slave and having to tend to everyone in that building. Enjoyable part of the job was to meet new friends.