In a typical day of work, I used to work a lot and to serve clients in the best way possible. Clients could ask us to prepare coffee, to pack cakes and biscuits, to cut and pack salamis, cheeses and all the sort of food from our deli counter. Up-selling was really important, and in my occasions my managers told me that my up-selling was really good.
I definetly work a new job, because I've never know how to do a coffee in a bar, or I've never cut a salami before. So it was a very nice experience, in which I've seen that I learn very fast.
What really surprised me was the management. Some managers, in my opinion, didn't work really well. In the opposite hand, some other managers were very great, and I can definetly say that they gave me a very big help many times.
The hardest part of the job was the shift's timetable. During the months I was really good in my job and it seemed to me that the deli manager relied on me too much.
Finally the most enjoyable part of the job was my co-workers. The enviroment was really good and I had a lot of fun working with them.