It all depends on who your manager is, and where you work.
Customer Service Representative/Booth Attendant (Former Employee) – Jamestown, NY – October 16, 2018
Helped customers. Lots of downtime, but I was in a small city. Manager was okay, didn't meddle when he didn't need to, but also didn't always act when he did need to. Expected to work hard when work is to be done, but pay might not have reflected that. Hardest part of the job was dealing with customer problems when the manager wouldn't answer calls until possibly the next day. Everything else, the physical aspect of the job (probably untypical, but I don't know about operations in other cities) and the problems resulting from being understaffed, were dealt with by anyone who doesn't mind working hard to get something done. As I was part-time (the only kind of employee hired for those positions) there was no option for paid time off or sick days. Was scheduled for just enough hours to cover the operating hours but not enough to qualify for full-time, and thus, benefits. Again, don't know if that's a company policy, or just the branch I worked at.
Free parking in city.