Pros: -good opportunities to interact with customers
Cons: -poor opportunities for advancement
I had quite a busy day. I started at 8 am, i put potatoes in the over, started prep, set up stations, did dishes, made chili, and stocked up the food line. I also took orders, handled cash and communicated with other employees as well as customers. I was moved to front counter where I was mostly just taking orders, but would help in other places, clean, organize, stock and prep.
I learned how to multitask.
the management there was fantastic.
My co-workers were also great people.
Hardest part of the job was getting used to doing so many things at once. However, once I got used to it, I missed the rush when I was moved to a different position.
Most enjoyable part of the job was both the customers and the co-workers