Pros: free food, nice coworkers
Cons: no benefits, poor hours, poor management
A typical work day was mostly relaxed, but could get sort of hectic depending on the promotional campaigns at that time. I learned better skills in dealing with each guests individually. Because of the amount of co-workers, I was able to observe their different work habits as well as their individual personalities. Management was difficult to work with, and were often unconcerned with workers complaints. They were biased, rude, and even petty at times. I experienced extreme discrimination during my time there. The hardest part of the job was dealing with difficult management daily. The most enjoyable part of the job was getting through a difficult busy shift and having satisfied each guests during a shift.