Not as Glamourous as the training videos make it seem.
Pros: nothing to say
Cons: short breaks, no benefits whatsoever until god knows, sudden change in shifts without proper notice, and been underpaid for most of your time working there.
I started working for the Local Franchise that opened in town at first the Training was sufficient and fulfillment with an overall satisfaction met.
After the training the real pain began with a hostile fast paced environment that I took it as a challenge working as a Dishwasher and custodial maintenance team member.
We began with enough employees and management at first and were able to meet demand to our high costumer volumes however due to that high demand our work hours got stretched and the fast pace environment became difficult when management began to assign us multiple difficult tasks to juggle in and out.
Eventually they moved me up to Prep cook and began to prepare ingredients for everyday store operations, Ingredients vary from preparing sauces, to fresh cut produce, to dropping bagged meats onto a hot steaming machine called Rethermalizer, Eventually moving me up to fryer such as frying chips, sweets and other fried products.
The worst came when workers began to drop due to the high demand and terrible unethical treatment from management and became very difficult doing more than one position task such as moving from Dishwasher, to prep, fryer, then cook all at the same time due to lack of employees the pay suddenly meant nothing when you work all these position at once.
The worst part came when they changed your work schedule so frequent that they just call you when to come in and became pure chaos to work under such stressful conditions.
Over all this was not what I thought it would be working for TB Then again that's Fast food for you.