A typical day of work for me.
The day starts with the chicken cooks preparing the pressure ovens to cook chicken, while the people serving at the front of the store get the cash registers ready for money, and the Taco Bell, and KFC small meal friers prepare their stations for the day.
The store goes a final check under the managers to make sure that everyone is ready.
The store is closed until tomorrow.
Less customers are coming to the store so we can regroup, and prepare for the next rush.
The restaurant just opened at 11:00, and is waiting for the lunch rush.
After the lunch rush, the pace of the day slows down a little bit, we regroup, and get ready for the dinner rush.
Things start to slow down again for the restaurant, and the staff members start to break down the Taco Bell/KFC stations.
When the store is at its busiest.
The first rush beings where people come to the store to buy their lunches.
The dinner rush starts to collect momentum, but still isn't actually the rush.
The dinner rush hits full stride, and the store is overwhelmed with orders.
The influx of people who are looking for a late night snake to fulfill their cravings.