Fast-paced work with good moral support
Sandwich Maker (Ancien employé) – Winnipeg, MB – 1 novembre 2012
It was my first job so everything was a learning experience. Working at a fast food restaurant was a good place to start. I learned how to get things done under pressure and how to satisfy my customers with the products I made. When I was Front-line prep, I had to prepare the restaurant before opening. From cleaning the oven, cutting tomatoes, preparing sandwich stations, and cleaning the Frostee machines and make the Frostees. Once customers came from the doors, I would make sandwiches, salads, potatoes for them. Since work was in my area, many people from school would work there. It was a surprise to see them working at the same place as me. Though, the place was over-staffed so getting shifts was the hardest part. Eventually, I had to leave due to the lack of shifts.