Great flexibility. Everything else was sub-par.
Pros: flexible scheduling.
Cons: low pay, short breaks, inconsistent managers
A typical day at consisted of me filling dairy, stocking and conditioning the aisles, going on register when lines get long and helping out various customers. A manager might tell you one thing, and then the next manager will ask why you did whatever the last one told you. It was confusing at times but I learned to just shrug it off. I learned that ultimately, your life and career path is in your hands. Take advantage when you can. The management was ok. For the first year and a half, the place was very sketchy. The store manager was a law breaking lady who consistently tried to make people quit by switching their positions. There are only a couple people there who have been there since the store opened, and the store has only been open three years. This is from top to bottom. My co-workers were ok for the most part. Some of them shouldn't have ever been hired (poor hygiene, tattoos on their faces, horrible attitude, etc.) The hardest part of the job may have been dealing with the customers poor attitudes. The most enjoyable part of the job has to be being able to be scheduled whenever and be able to take off whenever.