For context, I've never had a job before (due to the pandemic, the fact I was in marching band and other factors in high school), so I was really excited to get a job at CFA starting at $10 an hour. I'm also black, which goes into my next paragraph.
Now, on my fourth day, I want to leave or at least make a few complaints. Tonight, for example, my supervisor referred to me as “that other girl” which rubbed me off the wrong way as she knows my name, and I was one of the three girls there (the others she knows their names by heart). If that wasn't enough, she called an Asian customer on Friday a “Oriental Lady”, which also made me uncomfortable.
I also have to work closings every single shift. Now, I don't mind closing but every shift can be detrimental to me. I'm also a full-time college student, and some days I can work in the afternoon just fine since the location is super close to my school (it's completely doable). They also make me do really tough tasks all by myself (one shift, I had to prepare the fries and food all by myself for the rest of my night shift, and tonight I had to wash a shitton of dishes by myself, almost burning myself in the process due to the fact the water has to be really hot). I don't get proper breaks sometimes, as I'm “closing” according to my supervisor.
People are leaving this location by the day, which worries me, and I'm unsure of if I should stick around or not. I kinda don't want to go job searching, but I also don't want to be in an environment like this.
What do y'all think?
(Quick Edit: I do live in a state where breaks aren't required, but the handbook requires of me to get a 15 minute break minimum if I work at least 4 hours, which is basically every shift I have.)