Pros: good learning experience, friendly coworkers, not hard work, store managers
Cons: short breaks, lack of incentive, redundant tasks
It's decent job for getting experience with customers, sales, and relationship building. If you take this job seriously enough (but not too seriously) you will gain some valuable skills. The day to day tasks are nothing out of the ordinary retail sales experience. Sell products, warranties, services and get people to apply for the credit services. Many – more... of your co-workers may complain about having to, you know, WORK but like I said; go for your sales goals and you will develop sales, interpersonal and relationship building skills.
HOWEVER!!!! Take it seriously but I really mean it, NOT TOO SERIOUSLY because you will sell your poor little heart out but remember, you aren't on commission! Very little of it comes back to you in the "bonus". Work hard but don't let the job or a supervisor break your back over missing an attachment on ONE sale.
People are fun and store management genuinely cares about you (corporate doesn't). You will have fun with your coworkers and most customers while learning a great deal about what drives sales and retail business. Managers can be a bit of a nuisance every now and then but they are usually bearable.
Overall, I gave it a 3/5 ONLY because the company pretends to appreciate your service but they only patronize it. Store managers GENUINELY appreciate it, but the COMPANY could care less who sold what as long as they make money. You can be one of the top salespeople in the district/region/company and you will get a very small token of appreciation. Like a pin or a cup. Don't expect to make money here. If you can soldier through it, you'll learn great skills and make some side money. Presumably if you work here you are a young adult going to school or in between jobs. – less