I've worked at 2 different Boston markets in my life. The first one was in NJ , and it was probably the best job I've ever had. Maybe because it was located in a small & quiet town and the activity in minimal.I worked there for about a year. The staff I worked with felt like family and we all knew how to fit to each others needs. The schedule was super flexible, but I was still doing overtime every single day and it was really tiring.
But then I moved down to Tampa, Florida. I was rehired at a Boston market there and expected it to be as rewarding and it was not. Management here did not care about how the workers felt about the overwhelming schedule, and would give people double shifts without permission and the staff had a supreme lack of communication. I was miserable and wanted to quit immediately, I had not lasted more than 2 months here. Many people there left without notice and they continue to, this place is a revolving door of employees.You're also not allowed a break or lunch if you're not a minor, being over 18 in this place means you work harder and double.
Overall, this job is ok if you know the location well. Working in the food business will get tiring and requires hard work. I suggest looking somewhere else for a job.
Discount food & sometimes free
Customers fuss a lot over food quality, tips aren't allowed, schedules are terrible if you're over 18