A typical day at Sbarro was all about spacing things out so you could get it all done in one day and not have to rush before you have to go home. The job was very simple, but it had to be on point every time. The food was the hardest to make because you had to memorize the recipes, but once you got the hang of it, It was no big deal. Managing shifts is different everywhere, but at Sbarro it was the generic managing labor, cash control, making sure everyone's happy and making sure the food is perfect. I had extra duties to take on as well because my General Manager always had emergencies or sicknesses to deal with so I had a lot of responsibility. It was a small store, in the food court of a mall, but running the store with just you and the Assistant Manger 80% of the time is hard work. I loved that job, as stressful as it could be at times, I was good at what I did and I knew what I was doing. The people that I worked with were my favorite part of my job, they respected me, but we could still make work fun and enjoyable and still get everything done correctly and in a timely manner.
free lunch, flexible schedule
no breaks, bad healthcare