Cons: No Benefits, Poor Pay, Management / Owner
A typical day at work included all aspects of running the owners business, from hiring / terminating, training, running the front desk, managing the employees, handling guest and employee concerns, payroll, inventory, ordering / stocking, marketing & advertising.
I learned how to really fine tune my time management skills.
My manager was an okay leader who allowed me to become a great leader.
My co-workers were amazing, the life blood of our team culture that I created and enforced. They were the best part of my day at work.
The hardest part of my day were meeting the never exhausting demands of the owner. I was working 80-100 hours a week and it wasn't enough.
As for enjoyable part, again, it was the employees. My team was hand picked by me and was a truly amazing group of girls that helped to fulfill the policies and procedures and grow a very successful business.