Worst job I've ever had in my 20 years working..
Pros: 10 percent discount for you and family everyday, 25 percent a few times a yr
Cons: To hot, talked to like we do nothing, never told thank you, supervisor needs serious people skills and actually find a way to earn respect.
I started about 4 months ago in shipping and receiving, I open, ticket, hang, and sensor clothes for 4 hours with 1 15 minute break. The supervisor has no people skills what so ever. She barks over and over c'mon c'mon there's more to do and every single day we walk back there she says "we have 9 bins to get through". We had 5 day before we couldn't get through what makes her think with lazy, talkative 18-20 year olds that can't seem to work and talk at the same time we are not getting through 9. Oh ya as she literally stands there doing nothing, not 1 thing. She won't help and not 1 kid out there respects her so they work even slower because she barks. She's never happy, never jokes or laughs to try and lighten the mood. They just don't understand that if moral is sour, and it is believe me, that by taking music away, yelling at us for talking and laughing, and new rule..depending on day, we can't move more than 4 feet from where we are working and they need to know if we run to bathroom. I feel like I should raise my hand to ask for bathroom pass. The store manager is around off and on kinda, but useless like the supervisor. They also have a new way of doing things faster and it might actually help, but then again it actually needs to be done more than 1 day. The only days they do it is when district managers are coming and act like we should know how to do it right. They wonder why district manager gets mad cuz we get nothing done, it's because of the way things are done, what they let people get away with, and the system they are "suppose" to use. Biggest thing that would – more... make everything get done is to have trash barrels for us or ticket guns that work so we don't waste time running all over place looking under tables, buried under clothes, right size clothes hangers, racks to put the items on, people who actually put clothes on floor. We still have bathing suits to go out. I would not help my worst enemy get a job there. The supervisor needs training on getting morals, how to get respect, biggest thing learn to respect your employees, smile, laugh, and help. She needs people skills, not how to make people hate their job so the call in all the time. Pay sucks, hours suck, it's way to hot back there and it puts me in a bad mood just thinking bout the days I had to work...I know I sound like I'm out to get them, I'm not I am just spent on hearing the same things everyday, not 1 positive thing to make anyone want to help or push themselves. Always complaining about something, if it's not how bad we are doing its about how behind and bad a differentry station is, or how life's so bad, feeling lousy, and then wonders why we leave exactly on time without cleaning or even finishing the stack we are working on. We have no reason to push ourselves because no matter how hard we do or how much we get done she never appreciates it at all, neither bosses do. A simple good job, thank you, have a good afternoon, good morning a smile or laugh would go so far. I think talking about negatively about your worker with her coworkers joining in is something anybody that's in a supervisors position should know that is the first rule, hence she needs to go through supervisor training course, having common sense might help as well. – less