Pros: free lunch, tips (depending how who), and very enjoyable, established, customers.
Cons: almost no time to get breaks, and very short breaks, and having to deal with, sometimes, very mean customers.
A typical day starts in the morning with management making sure the store has enough money and dough to last the entire day. Make sure that various tasks are delegated to other employees as well so that the burden does not fall entirely on the manager on duty. Sauces must be made from scratch, chicken wings must be portioned, ovens and fryers turned – more... on. By 2 o'clock we must have a certain amount of dough "sauced and cheesed" so that when we get our rushes we won't be slowed by having to sauce and cheese every single pizza. A store check must be made by this time to ensure no product has expired and that all our labeled food is correct. We must be prepared at all times for an inspection and that the store is compliant with better than a 90% rating. Once our rushes start we must go on the floor and ensure that everyone is working accurately and efficiently, if anyone starts falling behind we step in and help that person until he or she catches up and move on to another station that might need help. By the end of the night all the dough that is to be used must be prepared and left in a refrigerator ready to be proofed the following morning. The entire store must be cleaned and prepped to be ready for the following day so that they do not fall behind and thus inadvertently affect the afternoon persons shift. Hours must be checked and regulated so that everyone receives their breaks according to the law. An inventory count must be done at the end of the day to check if any product was wasted and how much money was lost on cancels and/or mistakes. – less