Working here for two seasons has taught me a lot about the management of the concessions branch of the Iron Pigs. It is very well run, but some rules are not enforced like dress code and food consumption.
However, I learned that speed and efficiency is crucial for the life of the machine (being the company). Everyone must do their part and cooperate with each other, otherwise the job becomes difficult and unpleasant.
Some coworkers are unruly and undisciplined but the whole of us learns to deal with them. Serious problems are handled by the managers. If you're not doing your job correctly then you're subject to punishment.
The part about my job that I enjoy is the time I have to wait. Because of the nature of my job, a lot of my shift is waiting for refuse to accumulate. So I get to relax and talk to coworkers in the mean time to make up for the gaps in my productivity. Although it is nice to wait, I would rather be working constantly and being productive. There's a sense of lingering guilt that I can't shake because I have to wait to do my job in intervals.