Fun at first, but goes downhill quickly.
Pros: Easy tasks. Free 1/2 pound of coffee per week.
Cons: Constant understaffing, empty promises from management.
I think my experience would have been better had I worked at a regular Caribou, and not a grocery store kiosk Caribou. As a Team Member, it was fine, but once you are a Shift Supervisor, the extra dollar per hour is not worth it. At my location, since it was a grocery store kiosk, they could get away with scheduling just one person on duty, and often did, regardless of the expected traffic that day. What drove me away was the constant stress of being the only one there, which caused slower service during rushes, and then my tips suffered because of it. Also, our store met every sales goal asked of us, and when I left, we had earned three "pizza parties" over the last year, promised by our District Manager, and had not actually been given a single one.
During shifts I had worked at other stores, or on the rare occasion I had a team member, the job was fine. The drinks are easy to make after a few weeks. There are regular customers that I still think about sometimes. The time goes fast, in the right conditions.