Each day that I was shifted a day I was filled in on all the information I needed. I was told what I needed to wear for each job and who I needed to talk to. For many jobs I was required to fill out training sheets, mostly OH&S training.
I learnt to quickly adapt to new environments and positions I'd normally be uncomfortable in.
My manager for each job was usually very good. They helped me meet my fellow employees and did a good job explaining what was needed of me and how to do it.
My co-workers were all nice and fun to work with. They were always looking out for me and were patient as sometimes it took longer to grasp what was needed from me.
The hardest part of the job was constantly having to meet new people and learn all the new things. Even though this was difficult, it was also the most fun and enjoyable part as I made lots of new friends and met a bunch of really cool and nice people.
Fun new experiences and new locations to work in every week
Was not given enough shifts to make my time worth it, even after requesting more