quite a bit of work to do, very fast paced and stressful during rush, but you gain a lot of experience with customer service and jobs in general.
CSR, Chef (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – August 19, 2019
Just as you would expect a fast food job to be, more traffic and work during the rush hour which is usually from 4 to 8 pm. weekends are even harder since there are way more orders, your experience might be different since the store i worked at was the busiest in my area, and was also very small so not a lot of room to move, a corporate store would be much bigger however. Customers can be pretty rude and sometimes straight up idiotic. It's just a lot of work and you're on your feet the entire time, communication with your co-workers is very important. If you're looking for experience into how fast food jobs are, it's a good pick, and you'll get general work experience too in customer service. Most enjoyable part is when the rush is over, and you clean up, and just chill with your fellow employees, especially since you all become friends working there together. A typical day for me consisted of getting ready for the rush, so you'd be stacking boxes, folding boxes if there weren't enough, making sure the food line is ready and full of ingredients, and also I took orders, and made pizzas.