Great workplace, not-so-great coworkers
Everything is easy to make, with signs everywhere including recipes and instructions which is super helpful if you blank out in the moment. Rushes are to be expected, especially mall locations. Be prepared for non stop movement and plenty of focus. Weekends involve team effort especially.The workplace itself is easy and enjoyable, I adore the job.
The staff however is entirely different. Calling in sick is an easy way to get bad mouthed by your coworkers, or even lose hours. Alot of the coworkers can often get away with being snarky, and often degrading. Training stops shortly after the first two weeks with smaller details never mentioned (I.e "preferred methods") which leads to annoyed coworkers. The first few months for new employees is difficult, often times walking on broken glass due to short staff and the irritation of said coworkers.
Many customers are often verbally abusive, and never actually read the menus, so be prepared to have to re-explain everything.
Besides all this, the workplace is great, food's tasty, tasks are simple, and the majority of the customers are fantastic!
But again to reintegrate the main issue, most of the Booster Juices hire those with a minimal effort (whereas you pick up their slack), easily irritable senior staff, or those inbetween trying to enjoy the job and give great service.