Pros: 50% off on few select items, good food in general
Cons: working through breaks, being paid the same as the lowest rung after the minimum wage increase, taking 7 months to fix the broken a/c, horrid management, little to no gratuity, etc.
A typical day of work included not enough time in the day to do what needed to be done, customers who don't understand when you explain your menu, a broken A/C unit leading to upwards of 90 degree work conditions, and more often than not working through any off-the-clock breaks.
I learned that a management position was negligible to corporate, and how – more... to perform managerial tasks while balancing it with customer service and food preparation
The four managers I was under became progressively worse as each new one was introduced, the last of which being an obsessive-compulsive, anger prone jerk, whom I mostly had to take the brunt of in order to keep our best employees from quitting then and there
The co-workers were the best part of the job, actually attempting their best with the customers and to be friends with their fellow co-workers
The hardest part of the job would probably be being overwhelmed by massive amounts of orders, and only having myself or one or two other drivers to deal with them, time and time again, and at the end of the day being chewed out for "not handling it well enough" – less