I like the nitrile ones I buy at Sam’s in the pharmacy section. They are handy and I use them for other things. They are cheap and I go thru a lot when I work the cart (I only put glove on one hand). I get the “small” size. David uses the slick plastic ones in the restaurant supply section. I simply can’t get them to stay on my hands and forget about even picking up a bun with them on. He also wears them on one hand. They are not required out here so David doesn’t wear them all the time. They tend to touch the griddle and melt or get too close and melt. Won’ be a problem much longer. Switching to ice cream in about a month but will still wear gloves. Ice cream can be messy.
On edit: we do not wash our hands after every glove change. Can’t get the gloves on after that. What I do is wash my hands dry them, dry them again (it’s hot here and my hands can sweat apparently), put a glove on, make sandwich, wrap, give to customer. make change with ungloved hand. Gloved hand only touches food (bread) we use tongs for everything. Make next sandwich. Between customers, strip off glove, toss it and touch NOTHING. If I touch something, I wash my hands.