Pros: Fun coworkers, good hours, better than average benefits (health, 401(k), dental)
Cons: Stressful mornings
I worked here right after I graduated high school, and it was good for a while. There's a large pressure to learn very quickly, which isn't bad, but you have to fight to be on the drink making station (the bar). If you don't, you'll be pushed to cashier and then you slowly forget how to make drinks and then you don't feel confident going back on the bar, so you slowly avoid it. At least that was my experience. Granted, I was 18 and not as confident as I am now. The assistant managers and shift leaders were pretty good, but the manager was only okay. I asked to take a leave for school, and work less hours, so they allowed me to do that, but then laid me off the second they could. No loyalty. I found out later after I was forced to leave that the manager was fired for embezzlement, which made me laugh, because she was the one who let me go. I knew there was something off about her when I met her.