Cons: compensation, workload
It's retail so what do you expect.
This is a great job to hold while you're pursuing your university degree or higher. You can't beat being honored what hours you would like to work. The only thing they really ask is that you are able to contribute back towards peak days/hours meaning either: Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays.
Compensation is so so, I say that because there are other competing retail shoppes that will pay you just as well but you'll end up doing less. What's less work for you dollar earned, stocking 20-25 lb liquor cases all shift long, or 8-12 lb cases of product, part of your shift. It may be an incentive to work elsewhere on this point.
Management is so so, I've had the chance to work with several managers and it honestly feels as if they have forgotten what it feels like to roll up their sleeves and get to work. The store is not equivocally a hedge fund, often times they make it seem as if it were.
I don't like the job culture, often times by looking at what people are purchasing, I feel as if I'm selling product to be abused and feel somewhat guilty as a result