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Everything. Daily there would be a rescue, at least once or twice a month 911 was called. The supervisors were never on the same page about anything and would yell at me for doing exactly what they told me to do. Being yelled at by patrons was a daily occurrence and I was told (and I quote) to "suck it up and deal with it" when being threatened by patrons.


It was nice getting 20+ hours per week but the supervisors wouldn't work with me on outside conflicts (such as school) and was expected to treat a part-time job like a full-time job (being on call 24/7, put work before anything else).


Depending on when the position starts, it can take one to two weeks. First you complete the application, complete the interview process, pre-employment drug screen and then usually some shadowing to learn the specific position.