Not the best.
Pros: Nice location, friendly people, free coffee.
Cons: unevenly distributed work load, bad hours.
A typical day at work consisted of Cleaning, prepping, stocking, and ensuring the customer was served. I made coffee, (of course) accepted and handled payments via cash or credit/debit interact machines, as well as other tasks such as recycling and washing of utensils/machines. All in all, I would say I learned what a good day's work was. It was A somewhat enjoyable experience knowing that I did a satisfactory job, although not enjoying the job itself. Management-wise, I found that it was generally unsatisfactory and ''blotchy'' if you will. It consisted of a lot of changes in scheduling (i.e switching people from one shift to a different shift throughout the week) as well as the fact the management was always changing to begin with. I'm not going to lie, my co-workers seemed pretty lazy too me. especially when they would take naps in the one spot where there was no camera during a night shift. There were a select few that actually did there job well. I would personally say the hardest part of the job was ''rush'' hour, When there would be a large amount of people coming in all at once, generally in the early morning. Unfortunately, I cannot say there were any enjoyable parts. the only one that comes to mind is when my shift was done.