Zaxby's is a poorly-operated workplace. For instance, some of the managers do not care how the store is run nor do they take accountability for the store's failure; instead, the employees are the ones that are blamed for the failure of the store. the employees' work schedule is very unbalanced between work and life. For example, the owner wants people working unreasonable shifts such as working all day back-to-back without a break. For instance, I worked ten hours a day when I was working as a prep cook. I was never given a break once in those ten hours a day shift, where I was working nonstop without assistance. In addition, the store owner is very deceitful because he promises raise to employees, but everyone that works there has never once was given a raise. He is nice, but he is not a good store owner. Zaxby's is not a good company to work for.
In contrast, there are positive things about Zaxby's. For example, I can have my meal half off when I would order something. Also, the work is not that rigorous as one will think; it just cooperate is unreasonable when it comes to procedure such as doing work assignments. However, Zaxby's is a fast-food restaurant so I work short or long unreasonable hours during the week, and still not get some sort of raise. In addition, I'm in college as well. They do not work with my school schedule, instead they schedule on days that I would go to school so I would miss class due to my work schedule. This is how my Zaxby's experience was like.
I learned a lot from Zaxby's such as meeting new people, working at a fast-paced setting, and managing time. Zaxby's was like a gateway to my success in life in general because I can do things such as working fast-paced and interacting with people. These are the things that I learned from Zaxby's. The most enjoyable part of the job were to manage the flow of products, and making sure everything is well, and ensuring customer's satisfaction. On the other hand, the hardest part of the job was dealing with impatient customers and co-workers alike. For example, customers would change their mind about their order after it was rung up. Then, the customer would tell the manager that it was my fault for messing up their order when they changed their mind about something. Most of the time, the manager would believe me; however, the manager would give me a hard time sometimes for something like that. Then, my job is not enjoyable after being insulted by co-workers and customers during the day. This is the hardest part of my job.