It was like working in the FUTURE
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Peoria, IL 61613 – February 2, 2017
Everything was efficient about this place. There were set processes for cleaning, cooking, hiring, restocking, checking food freshness and viability, and customer service. The process for hiring and firing was even laid out in a simple manner that allowed for a nearly constant flow of new employees. This could probably also be attributed to the high rate of people quitting from there because the work was surprisingly difficult for fast food. Although, for what they were paying, I think the work wasn't difficult enough. I admit, I did get stuck with nasty jobs like scrubbing the whole lobby or cleaning out the drains that had coagulated soda syrup in them. However, I also got a slew of easier jobs like putting the meals together, and sweeping. The customers were always really angry, and the shifts were ridiculously long, but I got a decent amount of money for how much I worked, so I didn't complain. I always suggest Panda Express to anyone looking for a job. I learned how to handle money, check vegetables for freshness, use a food thermometer, and scrub floors like a wizard. I'm sad I left.
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