Pros: free drink per shift, room for advancement, friendly atmoshpere
Cons: no guaranteed hours or set schedule, relocate too much
A typical work day would include opening the store, serving customers beverages and food items, making sure cleanliness was a huge priority, and creating the best service to our customers. I learned how to work under pressure, problem solve, patience, and leadership skills. I've had the pleasure of working with three different managers in three different stores. Overall, the management was pretty good. My co-workers were ok for the most part. Everyone for displayed a professional attitude in the workplace. The hardest part of my job was learning how to accept help. In most cases, I thought that I could handle a task alone until it got to the point where I knew that I had to accept it and that it was ok to ask for help. The most enjoyable part for me was building a relationship with my customers. I had customers follow me from store to store when I relocated. They were more than just customers after four years of my service to them. They were like family and are now apart of my life today.