A typical work day Is 8 hours. If you're the opener for the day you have to be there for 6:30 AM. usually pretty easy going until the next person comes in for 9 AM. You get the help and you don't have a lot expected of you. Mid-day shift is the hardest one. You are expected to do 90% of the cleaning. The duties are not split up equally. If your closing you are usually left for a span of 3 hours alone. Even if it's a busy night. The management Is cruel. They Expect perfection all the time and if you make a mistake it could cost your job. Even if the mistake wasn't something that couldn't be fixed or explained. They treat you like robots instead of people. The people I worked with were nice. We all got along and helped each other the best we could. I learned how to make Latte are which was pretty fun.The hardest part of the job is feeling expendable 24/7. no job security and that's stressful if you need to pay rent and live. There are no Benefits. Room for advancement is non-existant. It's a dead end job that pays barely enough to live on.