Pros: had fun creating food
Cons: healthcare, boss problems
I would help either get the resisters ready, or help set the dining tables ready. There was much to do for the serving department.
A typical day I would answer phone, help place food orders, and help customer problems being the key hourly.
I had worked my way up from a server, to cashier, to key hourly shutting down the building. Becoming a key hourly – more... I counted the registers and made sure everything from our check list was done before everyone left for the night.
The hardest part about the job was not being able to give help to those in need like the military or police or firefighters.
When working there no one was allowed to get benefits until a year later and that's if you were making enough money to afford it.
The schedule was always put up every day by the serving station.
At times you are promised one thing and it never truly happens. Then to go back to find our lies were spread around makes that working places even more off my list as good jobs to find. – less