I recently worked my last day at Cherry Berry. When I put in my two weeks, I felt bittersweet about leaving- which was a good thing. I was ready to move on but saying goodbye was difficult as I enjoyed most of my coworkers. The daily job was ringing up guests, filling machines, filling toppings, and making sure everything was orderly.
However, my manager refused to do anything about pesky coworkers. She religiously lived by "The Customer is always right" as well, and no matter the circumstances, it was always our fault. On the bright side, she was very understanding with scheduling and had no problems with flexibility.