Originall applied for dishwashing, but manager called back and said they felt I was better suited for another position of being a catering associate.
It started good ( for a week) then started to go downhill. Started noticing how incosistant the training was. One day I was told and taught how to do something the next day I was told not to do it the way they just taught me. Co-workers were flakey and would call in a lot. Spoke to those who actually had been working in their positions for a while and they said that it was normal, which is why there was a high turn over rate (Funny, since the manager told me how low the rate was in my interview).
About a month is all I could take of the place before calling it quits...or not. Manager said they would put me down as a PRN worker rather than accepting my resignation. Looks good for management because that way it still shows I'm part of the company but just on call, and it looks good for them because it looks like the turn over rate is low. I still have not heard back from them and don't intend to.
The only thing I will miss about the job is interacting with the patients and making them smile.
Reduced lunches, enjoyed working with the public
Long hours on your feet, short breaks, poor management, poor training