Pay isn't bad, but say goodbye to your family.
Pros: pay, safe environment, benefits
Cons: scheduling, constant changes, lack of communication, long hours
A typical night at work means auditing every transaction, verifying past-due accounts, filing, cleaning and organizing, and handling customers if needed.
I've seen many new managers come and go and I've observed their different styles of leadership. Upper management frequently visits to check in. There is a huge lack of communication between upper management and the retail employees.
When I do see my co-workers it's only for an hour or two.
The hardest part of the job is trying to keep up with the demands of upper management. The lack of communication makes having a voice very difficult and often leads to misunderstandings.
The shifts are at very inconvenient times for those who have families and the scheduling is very inconsistent.