Cashier/Cook (Former Employee) – Albany, OR – February 7, 2017
The staff are lazy,the store is filthy and things break all the time.Management is to busy sitting in the office watching the cameras and watching youtube videos to fix anything. Management is VERY unprofessional and gossip to othere emplyees.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Bakersfield, CA – January 18, 2017
A typical day at AM/PM is fast paced and fun. I learned to count speedily and serve each client/ customer with a smile. Management is great. I loved working there but there are no type of benefits nor growth.My co-workers were superb and does not mind helping. Teamwork is the definition of my experience working there. The hardest part of the job is dealing with thieves and riff-raff. Overall, it is a great place to work and I enjoyed the five years I worked there.
There is no free anything.
You will receive your two 15 minutes breaks and 30 minutes lunch break.
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Redlands, CA – January 10, 2017
First we have to count down our register and make sure we open it with 100 dollars. I learned how to process the weekly order checking the inventory, how to do invoices, how to maintain daily business report that includes cash handling and math skills. Everyone encourage each other to do better each day. There is not a hard part in this job. Help customer, and helping with what they need
Cashier (Current Employee) – Fresno, CA – December 11, 2016
As an employee of 2 years I can say that working here has given me so much knowledge and practice in various fields that I would've never learned on my own. It took some time to learn the process of which work was done. But after training with different people and different systems, it seems as if it has become second nature to me.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Alameda, CA – November 13, 2016
The job was very laid back. The employees there were very friendly and out going. The owner of the company was very inspiring. He always pushed everyone to do better. He gave me the opportunity to go ahead in life and helped any way he could.
Supportive Living (Current Employee) – Monroe, la – November 9, 2016
unorganized, last minute changes, poor communication, and very stressful. aside from that, the managers are kind and try to be helpful. They offer training in cpr and first aid as well as a few other areas,