Pros: weekly paychecks
Cons: no official breaks, no in-store benefits, you always feel like your on-call
this is your daily schedule:
- Clock in
- Count previous shifts till
- take over register while previous shift finishes up chores (they may finish or leave you with everything)
- your shift:
checking out customers
stock shelves and cooler
clean bathrooms and counters
take out trash inside and out
restock roller grill and any other hot food items sold – more... in store.
investigate any customer complaints.
Note: This doesnt look like much, but it will take you all shift and is not easy to accomplish (sometimes you have a co worker on shift w/ you to invalidate this statement). this is made evident with previous shift not always doing anything on their shift (surprisingly common).
- work until relief comes into work
- touch up cooler and aesthetics while co worker counts our till and takes it over.
I found myself relying on just myself instead of any of my managers, they talk the talk, but most times just look for ways to get out of doing what their job calls for.
Hardest part: working alone on extremely busy days
Most enjoyable: clocking out – less