Day to day responsibilities varied from cleaning duties to setting up furniture and equipment for banquets and events. Here I learned to work as a team and make sure everyone was on the same track. Management had it's pros and cons but mainly functioned with a high rate of success. Co-workers were friendly and dependent on each other to get jobs done well. The most difficult part of the job was setting up very heavy pieces of performance staging and being the youngest member of the team at the time was scheduled every time it needed to be set up. I loved the variety of the job and the fact that I was not necessarily doing the same thing every day.
30 min lunch break, friendly people, variety
unpaid lunch break, miscommunications