Tight knit friendly team with mgmt that generally cares about you.
Delivery Driver and Cashier (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – January 8, 2016
Typical day encompasses coming in 15-60 minutes before open and setting up the restaurant and getting set up in your delivery vehicle (as delivery driver), in your section (as server) or counting your register (as cashier). Opening duties and schedules will vary store to store, but most cases will involve pouring sauce and preparing the takeout area. Throughout the shift cashiers and drivers share duties with answering phones, QC on food, bagging orders, and helping customers at the counter. Most enjoyable part of the job is actually when its the busiest as time flies and you make the most money, cashier or driver. Hardest part is cleaning up/mopping at end of night (still pretty easy). I learned a good deal from observing my peers and supervisors about what makes a good boss and what doesn't. Management is for the most part competent and understanding that employees are not just robots, though I've seen a few philanderers who went after some of the female waitstaff (pretty typical for restaurant environment imo).
Team-like friendly atmosphere
Bring an issue to mgmt's attention? Congratulations that is now added to your duties, promotes apathy and not reporting problems to mgmt.