Happiness score is 44 out of 100
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It's quite simple actually. After breakfast, you should meditate and prepare yourself for the tsunami of verbal abuse you will face from customer and staff members alike during work hours. Once you arrive at work, you'll either get a Pepsi to the face which means you're on the till, a [full] mop bucket thrown at you which means you're on cleaning, or if you're really unlucky the manager will drag you kicking-and-screaming to the drive-thru where you will spend the next eight break-less hours being informed that you are a sub-human. And that's it, really.
Answered 1 March 2017
Fast-paced, Stressful during busy hours, easy stations and pay.
Answered 5 October 2018
Terrible it is so challenging to motivate myself to even go in because I know I will have a bad day whenever I go in
Answered 28 September 2018
I left as I felt stressed
Answered 27 September 2018
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