A typical day starts with me saying hi, and smiling at my co-workers. Then I start with learning what product is low and or needs to be displayed properly, and I check in with my manager to see if there are any special tasks I need to perform before I get rolling.
The management is good, and mostly leaves me alone because the Job is straight forward, in which I am to know prices, sales, tend to displays, make sure I interact with customers to help them find their product(s), and provide more information to help them create a better meal.
My co-works seem like a family because they are people whom I spend the majority of my time with. To me it is important to take time to get to know them to insure not only a professional environment, but a positive one.
The hardest part of my job is when displays are empty and the upfront management calls me to the front to a check stand to help customers through our long lines.
The most enjoyable part of my job is seeing a smile on the costumers face, and them thanking me for providing something they were not expecting.
Tasting new product and introducing people to something new