Overall decent beginner workplace for any high school student or young adult. The job has taught me how to work collaboratively with my co-workers in a fast-paced environment whilst balancing multiple tasks at once like managing the cash register, maintaining the grill and cold table, preparing vegetables and servings in the back and making pitas, salads and smoothies. The job has also taught me how to prioritize my time with certain tasks, specifically when closing; lots of tasks are required to be completed within little time so you must be constantly working fast-paced, efficiently, and collaboratively with your co-worker. However you don't get much training from the management, you are kind of thrown in there and expected to know a lot of basics. It took me around six months to know everything about the job because I had to learn most things slowly and on my own through many mistakes. The management is often unavailable to ask immediate questions to as well, which was a large part of my slow growth. The environment overall is not bad, if you befriend your co-workers it can be fun but if not it can be really boring and almost aggravating often with drama. The hardest part of the job is working with an insufficient co-worker, and because it is such a collaborative job, you are left running around lonesome to pick up all the slack. You are also not given the opportunity to be very flexible with your schedule in regards to time off due to the lack of staff, and due to the favoritism/ ability of staff, you may not be given the timing nor extensiveness of shifts best desired.