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the job was more then tiring especially being the grill operator. it was also very hard to get more than 15 hours a week and it doesnt help that on some days they send you home after 3 hours. they cherry on top of why to not work here is because they dont give you a single break of any kind unless you work over 7 hours
a big whopping 50% off meals only on the days you work
barley any hours and no breaks
Costumers are just mean although management does stick up for you if needed. Generally a rough place to start but great references and flexible hours, workers can act petty alot watch out for that.
Flexible hours. Staff discounts
It is a good starting point, but I couldn't see myself making a career out of the fast food business. It is fast-paced, albeit with better quality food than some fast food restaurants. The people who work there are of diverse ethnicities at the location I worked, which led to some challenges in communication, but also a good opportunity to learn from those people.
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you show up wearing the provided uniform. the boss talk to you and you get to work depending on your station you either loathe or love your job i hated my job as grill;l cook because i still have grease burn scars on my hands to this day
50% off all products
lotso f standing and the workplace can get very hot
lots of standing around when its not busy. would recommend as a first job but not to make a career from it.lots of drama. management can be super strict most of the time, especially when the general manager is visiting, which is when it gets stressful
judgemental staff, unstable employees >was sexually harassed and the management didn't tend well to me responding to it and alerting them. I ended up leaving In the end so i could end the harassment myself. He was 22, I was 15.
A typical day at work would start off with coming to the job site, Going to the back to the store to was hands and get ready for the day. Next I would go to the cash and count and double count the cash then write down how much is there. Then I would either start my shift either on the grill or at the front or drive through cashier. The most important thing I learned was to ALWAYS keep a smile on even if I'm not having the best day, in the food industry and almost anywhere Customer service is always the first priority. The management at Wendy's was very nice,always looked after there team members first. They always had a good way of taking care of problems when needed. The hardest part of the job was to deal with customers who are or were having a bad day, but again It's always Customer service is first priority.