Pros: 50% off(crew), Free Food(Management)
Cons: No Healthcare
A typical day starts out getting to work and clocking in with it being slow and then the day jumps up to being really busy usually an hour before Lobby close and then Thirty minutes before Drive-thru close. I learned more about managing my time, trying to run a shift, taking care of customer complaints, a lot on customer service, multi-tasking, and running a register. The management was alright for they kept everyone on task. The co-workers were all pretty fun and enjoyable with all there joking, helping, and making you feel wanted there. Although there were times when they were the complete opposite.
The hardest part of the job was trying to increase my speed to try and match the other workers. This was definitely the hardest part mainly because of me usually being relaxed and passionate. The most enjoyable part of the job was definitely being able to get people laughing and smiling regardless if it was a co-worker or customer. The laughter made it feel more like home.