Fast-pace environment, regular guests.
Pros: free lunches, interaction with guests, responsiblity
Cons: i don't get paid enough for the amount of responsibility and work i do, i feel unappreciated and sometimes untrained.
A typical day at work for me would be clocking in, followed by counting a register for myself and make sure all of my team members have a drawer to their name as well. I have to fill out a temperature sheet and then continue with the shift by taking orders, expediting orders and making sure our guests have the best experience. About an hour before we close, I usually count at least one drawer, help the cooks or cashiers by helping them start cleaning for closing. Once we're closed, I count all registers, enter our prep and waste for the night, followed by counting the safe and that night's deposit. The final thing I do is make sure everything is locked up and clean before I set the alarm and lock the doors. I've learned many things and customer service is definitely the first. I've always been a people-person and everyone tells me that. It has also taught me professional skills, the proper way to talk to guests, what to say and what not to say. I have trained for management and I've learned about how many different kinds of harassment there are and what to do if someone is being harassed.I am a strong believer in teamwork and I don't believe my co-workers have that right now, which is unfortunate. The hardest part and the most enjoyable part of my job is being in management. It can be very difficult at times when the weight of the entire team is on my shoulders, however, that's what makes it enjoyable for me as well. I love responsibility and when my co-workers don't know the answer to something, they come to me. It can be stressful but it has its perks.