Pros: Free food, satisfaction in the work I did.
Cons: When machines broke down.
When I worked at the Ronler Acres location, I worked the graveyard shift. I was mostly the only Front of House person there, so I did all the restocking, brewing the iced teas and coffee, as well as wiping down counters and working the cash register and espresso machine. At the University of Portland, most of what I did was prepare bagels and sandwiches for the students and faculty.
I learned the importance of teamwork as well as putting the needs of the customers before my own.
Management worked very well to make sure everyone worked together to get the job done. I also got along very well with my co-workers.
The hardest part of the job for me was lifting the heavy crates filled with soda and juice bottles. I was able to do it, but it was the most difficult part of the job.
The part I enjoyed the most about working for Bon Appetit was the people, both co-workers and customers. They were always happy to see me and always told me what an awesome job I was doing.