New comers 18-24 during training. Desperate help 30-39.
Average 24-32 sometimes 36
I had complete 40-45 a week.
Answered - Cashier/Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) - Richmond, VA
Excellent hours round 37 hours a week
Answered - Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) - Buffalo, NY
20-30 hrs week
Answered - Cashier and Customer Service (Former Employee) - Los Angeles, CA
Turn arounds,lots of more then 8 hour days NO BREAKS OR LUNCHES!
Depends on your store. Typical 18 hour stores ( meaning they are only open from 6 AM to midnight ) you would go in at 530 to get things started an then open to he public at 6. Shift change for the entire 1st would be 4pm, typically the person who came in at 530 would leave at 130. 6am goes out at 2 an a manager may work 2 hours alone or a swing shift person would be in. 2nd shift goes from 4 to midnight, or a little later if a delivery came in late. If the store accepts night deliveries when it is closed someone may be hired for just that.
24 hour stores typically go 7am to 3pm then 3pm to 11 pm. Overnight would be 11pm to 7am. At least in my experience.
Variations are usually within an hour either way.
Unfair scheduling, end shift 11pm due back at 7am only when management wants day help. Or back at 5pm after working an overnight. New hires take your hours and you lose some hours just to help their budget. Franchise owners take all daytime hours working themselves. Shifts are 5-11pm or 11pm to 7am.
Flexable, they'll work with you if you give them enough time.
Answered - Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) - Lakemoor, IL
Terrible for students. Great for full time or part time with nothing else important in your schedule.
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Fort Myers, FL