Productive workplace with interactive customers
Cashier (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – May 6, 2016
A typical day at work consists of me greeting my customers and coworkers and then clocking in. If there are no customers up front, I check on all our refreshments such as straws, ice, beer, forks, etc. to see if they needed to be restocked. I look behind me and see my manager flipping the wings with a smile on his face because one of the chefs told him a story about something funny he saw at work. All of them are flipping wings with precision and smiling. I notice one with a sad look on his face so finish the task at hand, then proceed to give him a pat on the back with a warm smile Gestures say more than words sometimes. The hardest part of the job is when customers change their minds on orders. It's not difficult for me, but it's difficult for the cooks in the back because they have to discard the finished order and start all over again. The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to listen to the music that's already being played in the intercom.