Pros: free lunches, benefits
Cons: short breaks, not enough room on the line
At Qdoba I was usually on schedule for the morning shifts majority of the time. Which means I came into work got my gloves and apron on and started my prep work. Prep work includes cutting up vegetables, mixing the proper ingredients together, line checks, and also frying taco bowls etc. Burritos had to be steamed properly, so of course all cooking machines had to be thoroughly maintained. A typical day starts off with prep-work up until second shift comes and its time to switch to lunch. Customers approached the line and would tell you which food items they'd prefer. For example we had two types a rice cilantro lime rice or spicy brown rice, either or the customers would let you know and then move along to the condiments. Management wasn't the best at all, but it worked out perfectly for me. At the end of the day I had all my work hours so I wasn't complaining. Co workers ranged from some being super nice to some being super jerks. I played like a team player made myself accessible to whoever needed help. I love working with others to get the job done faster and more efficient. The hardest part of the job was really nothing to me. I enjoyed working for qdoba. The most enjoyable part I'd say would be the customers leaving out happy.