A good first job for those 15-21 of age.
Waitstaff, Junior Server (Former Employee) – Prince George, BC – 30 June 2016
Come in kitchen/back door in uniform or get changed in spacious single bathroom, sign in at office & return to kitchen, prepare carts for soups/salads & juice/milk, serve said consumables, return cats and begin busing (cleaning) dishes off tables, grab metal foldaway stands and plastic & rubber platters, serve four residents at a time, take orders from the limited daily menu, return with food that is requested, repeat until section clear, begin busing for plates, prepare dessert carts, serve dessert, continue busing, clear tables entirely, set tables anew for the next meal.
You learn to deal with people in various states of both mental and physical health brought on by advanced age
The residents are friendly, as are the coworkers. An ideal first job
Management seemed to always change, but may have settled by now.
Two-hour concise shifts, simple yet engaging work.
Shifts were sometimes misplaced or missasigned by management, or occasionaly wrong.