Pros: Great pay and excellent hours
Cons: A lot of co-workers called off
My day would start with a 4-5 hour prep list that needed to be started as soon as I clocked in. There was about 5 different prep stations, one for the sauces, one for the veggies, one for the bread, one for the salads, one for the seafood/lasagna, and one for the pasta. Certain part of the management team were knowledgeable about what they were doing and they were wonderful to work with. I learned how to work in every station that they had in there because, I wanted to learn every thing that they were doing too. The hardest part of the job was, learning from the other stations but, I had fun and enjoyed doing it.