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it is so good and everyone is so nice.
The best thing is how they teach you how to work the register or whatever position you have.
When you first get hired you will go through "FUNctions" training. This is when you watch introduction videos as well as someone takes you around the store, shows you where everything is such as the dishes, fire extinguishers, how to clock in and the Chuck E. room. Once you are done with FUNctions training, you will leave, and the next few shifts you have (depending on how quickly you learn) you will learn your main position (cash register, kitchen, dining room attendant or game room attendant).
You watch a video and thats just the rulea and thats about 2 hours and i had one co worker teach me how to do stuff but it was a little vauge
This was the worst job training tjat I have ever received in 35 years of food service management.
The training environment starts in the trenches. Lots of distractions.
Not much to train in besides fixing ticket jams which is simple enough
Training was a JOKE. Either figured it out or had a team member who kinda knew attempt to help. Management did not train, if they did, it was very minimal.
Professional and thorough job training set me up for success!
It was a 3 day process and you took a test everyday after being trained