Pros: Really good money at the end of the day.
Cons: No breaks. Stressful. Management.
The typical work day includes running around like a chicken with your head cut off, but it also includes about $100 dollars in your pocket if you put in a good effort.
I learned that I'm not good at REALLY high-stress jobs. I crack under the pressure sometimes.
4 of the 5 managers were pretty good, they asked how you were doing, and try to help you out if you need it. There is one manager, though, and he's the reason that I left (he is a general pronoun, it may or may not have been a man). He told me that I wasn't a good enough waitress to pick-up shifts that had been posted as open. He also accused me of not caring about my job simply because I was stressed and made a minuscule mistake.
The co-workers are the best. I love them. They're all pretty cool
Like I said the hardest part of the job was how stressful it was. There was so much to remember and the guests that go to Red Lobster can be kinda rude as a whole.
But the money that I made there was worth all of the hard stuff. If you can make it through the hard stuff I mentioned, go for it!!!