Simple, but extremely demanding.
Pros: two 15 minute paid breaks.
I have worked for the company for almost four years now, I enjoyed going into work everyday, but now, things jusr started craching down. The management is getting out of hand, there is no consideration from many of the managers, they give you a smile or a hand every now and again, but there are times they just want to fire you. We have ran out of supplie to where others or just another employee has purchased them in order to perform daily duties.
Another thing, if you have family stress at hime, or family care to tend to whenever it pops up an emergency, this isn't the place for you, they will give you the same excuse that they can never cover for you, or you call out all fo the time, family-oreitation is not an option for this branch.
I've learned a lot, due to that it is my first job, between with the computer and different programs that I have never heard of before. I've learned how to maintain multiple cash registers and machines, and customer service skills. It's always a blast, for me, to learn and try new things, for any company.
A typical work day for me would be go in, deal with heavy loads of traffic, a lot of issues not just from my customers, but from my employees, a lot of the employees stress, not just due to shortages, but to sue to the way the handlings are upstaris, THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO GREAT COMMUNICATION. It can become very stressful due the system crashing, or customers having issues either unable to pay or the machine is malfuncitoning. Otherwise on a really good day, it will be slow and maybe only about two thousand cars will pour out of our the two garages – more... a day. Our bad days, well, when I get off, I never want to even come back
It's OK if you can handle the stress, and I'm sorry to mention this, but everyday GOSSIP, and miscellaneous issues from management, but, for those who care for their families, and themselves, look on ahead, there are better places.
The postives about this Company are the benefits, you recieve pretty much every option. From medical to 401K and FMLA.
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