Pros: free lunches, good health coverage, good work environment.
Cons: you get paid monthly, not many work hours available sometimes
There really ain't any typical days at this workplace. Sometimes you will start the day off by packaging breakfast meals, working on the assembly line making combo meals, assisting the head baker in the bakery area, washing dishes and any other utensils in the back, etc. During my time working here I was able to learn how to operate and disassemble – more... certain machinery, how to prepare certain foods, how to properly package goods, and a few other things. I worked with very wonderful people who made me feel right at home. Never had any problems with anybody there during the time I worked there. One of the hardest parts of the job was when I had to work on the assembly line. You had to be quick with your hands in order for things to move smoothly or else you will slow everyone down. That also applied with any other task you were given. For me the most enjoyable part of the job was knowing that I helped to provide a meal for a hungry student. – less