Pros: half-price food, flexible hours, regulars who tipped well
Cons: low-quality benefits, inconsistent management system, low-quality technology, sexist managers
A typical day at work is (hopefully) busy, where I can make on an 6-hour shift anywhere from $60-$90 in tips. What I have learned at this job is how to better multi-task, communication with customers, how to quickly and accurately prepare food, and how to work in an environment that has a multitude of different people and backgrounds. My management, in all honesty, varied from very dedicated and hard-working individuals to ones who micromanaged and barked orders at certain employees. There was overall very inconsistent management at this establishment. The most enjoyable part of this job was walking out at the end of my shift with a lot of tip money.