Pros: discounted items in store, health care benefits, 401k, great pay, and great hours
Cons: because of the many hours worked, there is no balance between life and work.
We had goals to reach each day, cook from about 5-12 dishes in large quantities a day, clean the kitchen, prepare ingredients for the next day and so on.
Learned more time management skills, multi-tasking skills and dealing with multiple people in heated environments.
Management is great, very understanding people, and are always willing to put themselves – more... in your shoes. In short they are on your level at most times.
Co-workers were great to work with, even in the most stressful of times, they were supportive, and had your back no matter what.
Hardest part was balancing real life and work life. You can easily end up working anywhere from 50-70 hours a week.
I really enjoyed cooking for others, and working with others they were like a family. – less