A typical day going to work there consisted of the usual clocking in, washing hands, hairnet/hat, and yelling to get started at the register. This was my first job and I didn't have much experience, my first day, I was working nonstop till 10 ( when I had to leave, according to child labor laws and schooling), when I told my boss I was about to leave, she stopped me and told me I still had to clean 3 ovens out, this took an extra 40 minutes, an my dad had to wait that much extra to pick me up. Employees never stay for long and Management more often than not, had less experience than you. The hardest part of the job was trying not to eat the around you.
30 minute lunch, no breaks