It was a good experience, learned a lot, fun workplace, and full of good vibes.
Pros: reasonable luch breaks
my job at Aero was a usual routine just start my assigned projects after I punch in. and complete them as possible. helping customers making sure the customers is getting all what they need. so keeping a face pace. Must be energetic.
At Aero I learned how to work more with people, talk to people more often as in coming out of my comfort zone. how to closed the store when dealing with the late night shift. I learned how to multitask, and how to make up easy ways to deal with the projects that I am working on. like for instance, starting from the front to the back of the store, for recovery. And also take care of the customers. Also, I learned how to work the cash register, from the exchange clothes to discounts. how to bag clothes. make sure the money is in order. and register drawer is closed. and I am logged off the register for the next co-worker to used.
Management was supportive taught me a lot, prepared me for a lot of things I needed to know and learn. My co-workers was easily to get alone with. they were very helpful, they shared their first time working at Areopostale. Gave suggestions that helped a lot.
The hardest part of the job is multitasking and not forgetting what all needs to be done. For instance, recovery, opening stock rooms, ringing up customers items, knowing what each customer needed help with while others may be asking questions as well. and going back finishing the project. and helping a worker if needed as well. so the back and forth completing everything can be at first challenging.
The enjoyable part is talking to the customers. most of them would make my day with friendliness, and silliness. I just enjoy helping people it is what I love to do.