nice owners - difficult training
we had like 5 other new employees over the two months that i worked there, all of which started after me and left before me. the owners were very nice, but they were hiring for the rush shift. for some reason, training seemed impossible: none of us (not even me after two entire months of working there) could seem to make the pitas correctly or quick enough to be able to satisfy customers/company policy. i will be honest - i left out of self-pity after being told that i wasn't good enough at it and that i had to switch to the evening shift. it was that bad.
the manager on shift was also terrifying? not that that has anything to do with pita pit in general. but she blamed every single thing that went wrong on me (even when it could very easily have been her or both of our collective fault) and didnt help me fix mistakes that i, a very new employee and a teenager who was just starting at their first job, made. since she was always working with me, and was often the ONLY other person who was working with me... even the lax attitude of the owners couldn't keep going to work from being incredibly stressful, all the time.