Pros: free lunch, good hours, flexible time
Cons: no break, no benefits, no advancements
There's a daily routine and goal to accomplish. Always have to keep the place clean. Serve customers and be knowledgeable about the items being sold.
Learned how to be a good cashier, cleaner, inventory, cook, and handle customers with care
Time management was a morning routine, manageable and fit perfect with my time for school.
Co-workers are overall – more... friendly and just wants to help out.
The hardest part of the job was having to help a co-worker resolve their issue with a customer, the co-worker was just being very rude to the customer one day and had to calm down the customer as the co-work added more mayhem to the already existing tension.
The most enjoyable part of the job was getting to meet the usual customers because you get to the point where you know what they're going to order and can ask them about their usual items before they walk into the door. It feels like the perfect communication because the usuals tend to get the same things. – less