Pros: free food breakfast, lunch, dinner
Cons: picking up others shift unknowingly
once I make it to the workplace ill get all the things I need for set-up depending on what shift I was working that day, set up for the residents before they come out to eat breakfast, lunch, or dinner. I learned how to follow all state and federal regulation policies for the proper usage of all dietary utensils. some coworkers were for themselves they did what they wanted, when they wanted because once the lead left it was no supervisor that was ahead of the kitchen, but me personally I never let things like that side track me from doing what I am suppose to do. The hardest part at time was unexpectedly having to cover someone's shift that called in 20 minutes before they knew they had to be on the clock then, ill have to drop my day and cover then without an appropriate bonus for doing so. the most I loved about the job though was the residents that knew me an liked me for me, I loved when it was time to serve them because they were always grateful and appreciative and even though they were in a nursing home they didn't let anything kill they spirit or joy of living life.