I love waitressing, very good money in it if you're a good multitasker
Waitress (Former Employee) – Woodstock, NB – 28 January 2019
I started by coming in as early as possible to check that the pop in the cooler was cold, as it was usually forgotten by the previous shift to be refilled. Next, I count my personal money for my till, and start cleaning up the work stations, then change the sanitizer and label the buckets, check the washrooms, refill items if necessary. Usually by then the other waitress would be ready to leave, I then transfer her tables over onto my server and greet them with a smile and let them know that the other waitresses shift had finished and that I will be serving them for the remainder of their visit. The hardest part of this job was working by yourself on the floor when it gets busy, but people are very understanding and tip you very well when they see you handle all the commotion cool, calm and collectively.
Long drive from where I used to live