Not enough incentive for the intense workload.
Pros: $10 of free food per shift, you get a mean workout, listen to your music.
Cons: No break, no lunch, managerial staff are clueless, get hurt and it's on you.
You don't get paid nearly enough to work as hard (no lunch, no breaks, constant moving and lifting and baking) and the hours aren't set in stone, which is bad news if you're a student and were told not to worry about getting out on time. What apparently was 10-5 is now 12-8 (with a possible extra hour if the manager walks your bake insanely slow). You're almost guaranteed to be working extra if the day shift didn't do what they were supposed to and leave the product out to proof. If you're good at nonstop physical labor and already enjoy baking, I can't tell you not to apply. If you're expecting a job where the manager you need to contact hasn't disappeared somewhere for a week and you need a set schedule, don't apply.