Pros: $5.00 employee meal.
Cons: under the table pay / not minimum wage / no benefits what-so-ever
A typical day at work would mean I would come in at 4pm, and do the books, meaning I would count all the money in the cash register and log it. When I was finished, I would see if there were any orders, if so, I would do them, but if not, I would start stocking things and cleaning. I learned alot working there. I learned how to control my attitude/emotions with customers, and coworkers. I learned that you cant always have what you want. I learned how to handle cash very well, and keep track of it, and I learned how to talk properly to a customer. I learned that I should always keep a smile on my face, and try to make the best of everyday. The hardest part of the job was taking on all those tasks by myself sometimes, but I could do it, with the experience I had. The most enjoyable part of the day was closing time, when we had talk to interact with other coworkers, by talking and such, while cleaning up and getting everything ready for the next day.