Impact Team Member, Bethesda, MD - December 17, 2014
Start off by getting to work a few minutes early, to get a better idea of what I will be doing for the rest of the day before I clock in. Through out the day keep an eye on the last project I worked on that same day because customers want to find easy ways to steal even if that means asking a lot of questions to distract employees or follow employees around the store. Work at a steady pace. Do not hesitate to say something to a customer whether it be because they are stealing or making a sale. Stay on top of the upkeep of the store. Clear fitting rooms and organize displays. I learned more on systematic work meaning I learned how to make changes to the store based off of what managers had planned on changing by using charts and guides through out every day. Co workers were always just as comfortable talking with me just as I was with them and the same with managers. Hardest part of the job was the time crunches. For example having to change displays within a few minutes, no problem because I came to like the job more and more. The most enjoyable part of the job was always the mornings. Peaceful.