A typical day at Marsh would be me clocking in, being told what needed to be done, assisting customers when needed, filling pastry case, cleaning, and decorating pastries and back up. I learned different techniques when it came to pastry and cake decorating that I didn't start with.
The management left a lot to be desired. The managers there didn't have a lot of knowledge about what each area needed to get the job done. They were lenient with some employees and let them get away with things that would get another employee fired. There also wasn't a sense of urgency when it came to things and situations that needed more immediate attention.
My co-workers were fun and talkative for the most. We helped one another and jumped in to assist customers in different areas if we saw help was needed. They were knowledgeable on a lot of things that dealt with grocery stores and how they run.
The hardest part of the job was being left with the work that other people didn't finish. It was expected of me to do what was on my list and then do what someone else didn't finish. The best part of the job was working on my technique, learning different ways to do things I already knew how to do, and learning new techniques as well.
great co workers, samples of different food and drinks
no way to become full time, no benefits, not enough hours