I enjoyed working at Chick-Fil-A. After clocking in, I check with the leader of the back of house to see what they need done. They either either put me on the main line preparing sandwiches, buttering buns, cooking fires, or to washing dishes. They taught me to work in these stations as well as teaching me how to make lemonade, filet the filets, bread and cook the filets, strips, and nuggets (fried and grilled). The hardest part of the job may have been keeping up with the amount of customers at times and not falling behind on food. The most enjoyable part of the job is talking to coworkers. Making friends in the workplace makes it feel like time passes by faster and gives you someone to talk with.
Free lunch, friendly atmosphere