a typical day consists of being expected to do other peoples jobs as well as your own, very rarely will you get a break if on a shift over 6 hours or more, especially if you work in the kitchen. I've learnt to work more on my own and work harder under pressure and also that their isn't much opportunity for progression in this job. the management are very dishonest and will tell you what you want to hear to your face but will do whatever they want, they are very unorganised, right the way up the ladder. I've met some great people working here and it is a pleasure to work as a team with most of them, i would say that the people working here are probably the best thing about the job. the hardest part of the job is working on a busy evening running around and trying to find stuff and keep up with demand in such an unorganised place.
long unsociable hours