Pros: not being employeed at abc liquors.
Cons: being employeed at abc liquors.
Horrible company that doesn't even obey its own basic rules like employee confidentiality.The CEO’s and management only care for itself and don't keep personal information, problems, questions, or concerns strictly between HR/manager and the employee.
No training is provided to new employees by management or supervisors and you're expected to know how to do everything in the store on your own, perfectly, without it.
The store manager often hides when needed or leaves randomly without informing employees or providing any explanation even if the store is busy – A store manager should be the last person to leave early or call out and always be there to help customers and employees.
As a cashier you’re not allowed to move from your position in front of the register even if the position is covered by another cashier and the store is slow at the moment or completely empty besides employees to do anything regardless of what it may be.
The cash registers are also horribly outdated and often lock up or provide the wrong information, refuse to apply coupons or discounts, and shut down when it rains. Basic fixes and corrections on the register are impossible without the store manager’s key such as undoing a double scan or a customer changing his or her mind on an item last minute. Which slows down the lines and creates extra work for both employees.
Other general Cons about this job:
-You receive no breaks unless you’re a wine consultant or store manager
-there isn't anywhere to store belongings or even a room to place them in.
-You may be forced to unload an entire semi-truck of – more... liquor at three AM with only one other ABC employee assisting you.
-Outdated registers cause lots of PSV (post sales voids) which may lead to problems and conflicts with manager and customers. – less