Pros: free food, some great coworkers, good managers, flexible scheduling
Cons: some days can be really stressful, some awful/annoying coworkers, closing duties
A typical day at this establishment starts with going there a little early to have time to eat the employee meal before the shift starts. Once the shift starts, it all depends on the flow of customers that come in. Some days, it can be slow so work is easy; other days, it can be packed so work can be a bit stressful. But a busy day does equal more money. Also, depending on who your coworkers and manager for that day are, it can mean the difference between a busy day flowing smoothly or being a wreck.