- Multitasking.Vote A
- One thing at a time.Vote B
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I'm very good at multitasking, especially at work.
At work I can work drive through by myself. This includes taking orders at the same time as cashing people's orders out, half the time I'm having a conversation that can apply to both the person on my headset and the person at my window. Such as "Hi how are you", or "what kind of sauce would you like today?" It takes me about 5 seconds to greet someone, under 30 seconds to take an order, and 30 seconds to cash an order and pass their food out. I'm handing your drink out as I'm looking at the cash you're handing me, and mentally calculating your change before verbally telling you what your change will be before I even touch your cash or enter anything in my computer. All the while taking the order on my headset for a 7 layer burrito, a meximelt, a chalupa, and a happy hour priced pepsi.
My managers often have to tell me to slow down, because my food makers can't keep up with me, which skews our time. My first day in drive through at my current job was mostly them telling me to talk slower. I'm like this no matter where I work, and it's difficult for others to keep up with my pace. Usually we have two people working the window in the day, when I'm there I'm by myself.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE