It really is a nice place to work, if you only want to work 2-4 days a week. They try to keep associates under or around only 20 hours a week. I usually only worked 2-3 days a week, 4 when busy. It is very easy to move up to supervisor, or even management. It is a physically taxing job, and of course, when dealing with the public, emotionally taxing. You get short breaks, if any. You do however, usually work short shifts, 5-8 hours. Co-workers come and go, but most are decent human beings. The hardest part of the job is dealing with the insane amount of pressure that is put on you to get credit cards and rewards cards. Our goal was individually 3 credit cards a week, which the manager gets a bonus for. I enjoyed my time at Burke's for the most part.
employee discount, varying shifts