1. I have a degree though currently working in McDonald's, after moving in with partner- while it isn't ideal- I'm doing it to pay bills.
2. I've worked about four shifts and I hate it. People (mostly crew members) expect you to know what they are talking about when they scream their "McJargon" over the kitchen to you- despite been here literally four days as a Newbie. They have abbreviations for everything, rules for everything, it's hard to remember it all. Training is fast paced, people can be impatient, though managers are okay but it's dependant on store times.
3. Company culture in my store is such that people mess about and don't take any of it seriously, although quick to revolt if you make mistake, and get annoyed if you don't pick it up. I've only been here four days!
4. Relates to no. three; if your serious they pick up on it, and your like the killjoy of the store. I've already overheard colleagues saying they aren't keen on me and I'm too serious. I'm naturally an anxious guy, I suffer social anxiety attacks, of course I'm not gonna be happy and jokey
5. I'm new to area, it's just so foreign to me: the accent, the people/behaviours and just the environment. It's polluted, inner city industrial dumping grounds.
What advice would you give me?
Adjusting to new job and home...
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