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Whats the morning hours?

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Usually lunch is 11-1 but from about 2-4 is what we actual call the "afternoon" shift because that's when are the slowest.

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I work three to four 8 and 1/2 hr shifts each week. From either 6-3, 7-4 or 9-5 pm. It is very hard on day shift. I work in the kitchen on bards. I either do fries or fry chicken or Maggie sandwiches all day or some mix of the three. You get 30 minutes to eat which is usually 2-3 hrs after you start work. It's just really hard work. I do like being able to go home at night and bring off on Sundays though.

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Mine personally was as close to full time without being full time as possible. As well as schedules are fixed and have to find your own replacement.

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No. Mainly people who open work 5:30am-2pm shifts, since we open at 6:00am. Many people come throughout the day at different times, depending on their availability.

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Usually they had one for salads, fruit cups, and yogurt. They had one person prepping the chicken and than one on the line before opening in the morning.

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First,med shiff

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We teach our employees that they need to learn how to cover their owns shfits, We use mulitple apps to help them.

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5 in the morning

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