Pros: free food, nice staff, always busy
Cons: short breaks, low pay and low hours
At Lowe's Food I usually had good days when I came into work. My co-workers were always friendly and easy to get along with, which made my day a lot easier. On a typical day I would usually come in between 3 or 4 p.m, and start on anything that has not been started. Then I would make sure that all customers were well taken care of before I started or completed any task. I was the leader of the night shift, and I had to assign each co-worker a task, which needed to be completed before 9p.m. The things I learned there was how to use a deli slicer, I also learned how to weigh things out just by looking, I learned how to use a box compactor machine, and how to use a pallet jack. At Lowe's Food my co-workers were very nice, neat, and well-mannered. I really never had any problems out of any of my co-workers. Most of them were usually on time every day and ready to work, and they were always cooperative. The only hard part about the job was trying to get out of there on time on a busy day, and trying to reason with a difficult customer. And the most enjoyable part of the job was everything, because I never had a bad day at Lowe's Food because My co-workers, Managers, and the customers were usually always friendly.