A usual day depends on who works that day. It could sometimes be a great, quick day. Sometimes it could feel like an eternity, with constant headaches.
The day to day work taught me many things about workmanship, loyalty, leadership, and how to handle myself in tough situations.
Management was great, most of the time. Though, sometimes it felt like their friendship with other employees blinded them a little. clearly, they held favorites, and would passively defend them, even if they don't realise it. Other than that, I couldn't have asked for more respectable people to lead us.
Most of my co-workers did well enough at their job, but that'd only be if they were cooking. Other than that, they slacked off, a lot. Leaving me to pick up more weight, which was a major chore. A couple of them can't keep their personal life out of work, constantly arguing. And most of them don't much care for their work.
The hardest part of the job, is dealing with the others, mostly. The cleaning, and cooking, even during lunch/dinner rush, I found pretty easy, when I had a proper team.
However, my favorite part was getting to talk to each other, trying to keep things entertaining, while we all suffer in a hot kitchen, working for fast food.