Pros: One free lunch per shift
A typical day for me at Five Guys was my opening shifts. We would all get there around 6, get coffee and start opening the store. Opening lobby was the easiest of the jobs, and only needed one person. Another person to open up the line and cook bacon, and the rest of us would start on the morning prep. It was my favorite part of the day. We'd all be tired, and just chat idly while we did our work, catch up about TV shows and life events, it was never usually very stressful and we would end the mornings with our free meals before the store opened.
The work was normal line cooking, and it was possible to get overwhelmed easily depending on the day, but my team was always there for each other and we always managed to bust out whatever rushes came our way and could keep a smile on each others faces.
I think the hardest part of the job was spending your entire shift doing one position all day, especially the physically taxing ones like fry station and grill. After a while you'd get really tired, and there wasn't always someone as well trained as you to take over, so you'd stay in that spot for the good of the team.