Grill Cook, Prescott Valley, Arizona - October 3, 2015
I began working at Jack-in-the-Box while I was working for another food company, which I quit so I could be more devoted to Jack-in-the-Box. I had to learn all the equipment and food making processes from scratch. Unfortunately, training was a little hectic due to the fact that I was left alone for most of it, however, I learned quickly. A typical day at work would have been getting free soda before work started and depending on what day it was and what time I was working, I would have to prepare quickly for the rush or try to catch up my co-workers. My co-workers had their human flaws, however, I did not have any personal issues with either management or my co-workers. The hardest part of the job was keeping up with understaffed rush hour. The most enjoyable part was free drinks and discounts.