A typical day at work would be fairly busy with about 20 employees on the clock at one time. When not busy, we're trying to close. Closing includes stocking, cleaning, and straightening things up. Don't ever just stand around and do nothing.
I learned how to be more mature, how to handle responsibility, and mostly learned more about people and how to read them
I think the chick-fil-a I worked at probably has the best management team. They are very flexible!
Some co-workers you just won't get along with, but you have to. You won't like everyone you work with but you must stay professional.
The hardest part of the job is trying to live up to the chick-fil-a standard. Have everything out very fast, fresh, trying to please customers. You won't always have nice/happy customers, but you gotta keep a smile on that fast and Listen, Apologize, Solve, and Thank.
The most enjoyable part is interacting with different types of people, learning new things, coming everyday and getting better, gaining more responsibility, and making new friends.
It's a really good first job to have.