If you are in high school seeking an entry-level position, this may work. However, if you are over the age of 18 and or have a family, the schedule and compensation is far less than desirable. If I remember correctly, in 2014, the pay was around 7.50 as an assistant manager; I doubt it has increased much since that time.
The store manager in the Newberry, SC store was not promoted to store manager because she was qualified, but because she had been there the longest. She lacked the knowledge required for employees to make bonuses, due to an inability to properly calculate and determine goals based on the previous year's numbers. Thus, a bonus may be missed by a mere 5.00.
The store manager was not a team player. She was a boss, that is, she was not a leader. She worked the minimum amount of hours required and did enough to keep her employment. However, shame on Cato for not disciplining when necessary.
Loss prevention is a disaster and I feel new management is needed.
It was close to home.
Just about everything else.