Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee), Yucaipa, CA – March 22, 2015
It is a great place to work, lots of changes since new owner took over. Management is fare and will work with you as much as possible. Hardest part of job is lack of communication between management staff and cashier/ stockers.
Cashier (Former Employee), Houston, TX – March 15, 2015
Cons: short breaks
This workplace prepared me for Memorial Hospital and helped me understand more of what is expected of me in their management staff and honed my skills to complete my duties to the best of my abilities.
Stocker (Former Employee), Maywood, CA – February 27, 2015
Pros: friendly coworkers.
Cons: stressful, little break room, too much work in so little time.
Every day was stressful in the warehouse simply because the warehouse had limited space and the stocker's job was to break pallets of merchandise inside the warehouse and then later stock the merchandise. It was almost impossible to do this because of the limited space in the warehouse and in the five hours they'd give you a day.
Key Holder/Sales Lead (Current Employee), Pasadena, CA – February 27, 2015
Pros: we always have work
Cons: short people
I start closing register when I finish close the morning crew,i take my own register. I learned work alone and fast the co-workers are strong 4 people at night we don't have enough employees at night no cashier,no floor we are same people to recovery the store. Help the customer
Store Manager (Current Employee), Los Angeles, CA – February 11, 2015
Cons: no time for breaks
The way of Training is bad, no one gets Trained correctly. They do Not show you the Way they want their company to run a Successful Store. Basically you got to run the Store your own style and way. The problem is the Lack of Experience they give you while being in Trained.
Cashier- Mostly (Former Employee), Westminster, CA – February 9, 2015
coworkers and management were very friendly and helpful, a fun experience to learn new skills and meet new people. I was mostly a cashier but working here i also learned many things from other positions as well.
Shift Supervisor/ Trainer/ Key Holder (Former Employee), Scottsdale, AZ – February 8, 2015
Pros: great co workers
Cons: not fexable
Managing co workers to do their best in a day to day job and to make it worth it and enjoyable. Making sure all merchandise gets to the floor as also making sure all employees are doing their job in a timely manor.
Cahsier (Current Employee), San Diego, CA – February 6, 2015
I go there say hi to the co-workers and then go to the head cashier and ask for the register and the count the till close the person who needs the break and then take the next person. if it's not busy i will do other stuff. I learned what to do daily at work if there's no head cashier. The co-workers are nice and i like them all. The manager is not bad but she dose not respect the workers. the hard part is the night shift when you need to close and finish the go back, cleaning, and fronting, the good thing is the morning shift when i will leave really and i did work a lot of hours.
Buyer's Assistant (Former Employee), Commerce, CA – February 5, 2015
Pros: free samples
Cons: crowded office
A typical day would start at 8am and end at 5pm with your scheduled breaks & lunch. I learned how much work really goes on behind the scenes to bring the customers the great deals and how many people want to be associated with that. Most of my co-workers had been there for years and had a great bond. Hardest part of the job was making sure that merchandise levels were able to keep up with the demand without having too much on hand. Learning the new system.