Got picked to do a overnight grill shift at mcdonalds
>my anxiety is killing me
>i have no idea what to do overnight
>im going to be the only one on grill for the whole night
>if i get remotely flustered i start to shut down.
Help me robots, i know half of yall work here, any advice?
It'll be just like a day shift, only there will probably be less to do and far less customers. At least you won't have to deal with anybody face to face as you're on the grill. I would much rather have that job than be on the cash register.
You'll do fine Anon. I believe in you.
TX? Just chill out, it's the same work as during the day, only it's dark outside and you get to meet drunks and weird nocturnal people. Also, look out for the hash-slinging slasher.
I used to work 11pm - 6am at a McDonalds in Knoxville. Here's how it goes...
11pm-2am: Nothing really happening, a few orders here and there but mostly your just putting stuff in storage. Make sure you have a few nuggets and patties ready for the rush
2am-3am: Probably the busiest it will get. If you';re the cook, take your time. Most people are drunk/high anyway.
3am-5am: Dead slow, you'll probably be put to mopping/sweeping followed by breakfast prep. I had to make grits, a few egg patties, sausage patties, and a couple of hash browns.
5am-6am: Transition to breakfast team, you'll mostly be cooking and getting ready to leave.
I would say pretty dead. Depending on your location, the menu goes exclusively breakfast around 430 or 5. However, most of the pressure will be on the breakfast team. I used to pretend to be prepping shit while I was secretly farting the freezer room. Felt great.
do any of you guys have experience working at starbucks? im sick of this 7.50 an hour bullshit job and i heard starbucks will pay around 8.50-9 an hour