Cutthroat environment, low pay, no shortage of favoritism, but there is a strong sense of comradery between the co-workers that you get along with
Overall, for an entry level job, it's not bad. There is always no shortage of racial and gender discrimination from the supervisor, the owners act like they are saints for ALLOWING you to even be paid to work for their franchise.
ProsYou don't have to clock out to have lunch or bathroom breaks
ConsThey operate 24x7x365 so you will have to work at least some holidays. Poor pay, poor benefits, poor management, workplace drama, favoritism, plenty of racial and gender discrimination from the manager.