A typical day at work varies depending on the position, but there is almost always something that needs to be done, so employees aren't just standing around. It is characterized by heavy lunch rushes and moderate-to-light dinner rushes, and the time in between is spent catching up on cleaning and restocking. Management is not terrible, but the general manager seems to receive a disproportionately large number of vacations compared to the rest of the salary management. Cooks receive less consideration than the rest of the staff, taking the blame for food costs incurred by customers who were not properly taken care of at the register and having a generally smaller pool of available employees. After 5 years, the hardest part of the job was the monotony, but the job as a whole was convenient for my schedule. The most enjoyable part happened to be the camaraderie displayed by the employees; everyone was in more-or-less good spirits at work.