Attendant (Former Employee) – Rockford, IL – July 21, 2017
I like working at my own pace and this job gives you just that but you do have to have everything done in a timely manner but you have all day to do it in so its a good ideal to space everything out so you don't get bored
Cashier (Former Employee) – Cicero, IL – July 5, 2017
Great place to work.enjoy working there. Friendly enviroment. Great team members. Register is easy to work. Dealing with lottery is a little tricky but as son as you learn how to use the machine it is very easy
I enjoyed my time there. My team was great and the environment there was as good as I have been in. I gained many skills to help move my career along in the IT world. A typical day consisted of a morning meeting and daily goals that were to be completed unless an issue came up in the software I supported. I would then solve the issue and find out the root cause of the problem.
Financial Assistant (Former Employee) – Jersey City, NJ – January 28, 2015
Worst company I ever worked for. The management is arrogant and uppity, probably because the the financial compensation package they receive gives them that air of I am special. I work for a little man with napoleon complex. He shouted orders from down the corridor so that everyone could hear. It was humiliating because he was condescending. I also worked for another guy who could not look me in the eyes, He had a very nervous disposition.
Attendant/Cashier (Current Employee) – Santa Fe, TX – May 2, 2014
A day on the job includes many activities such as stocking all coolers and icing down beer and other beverages. Bagging Ice. Making coffee. Maintaining clean restrooms. Changing garbage. Checking all product for expiration. And meeting any needs the customers may have.
Every day is a lesson in patience and diligence.
My co-workers are pleasant.
Hardest part of the job in my opinion would be compensating for out of stock items with irate customers.
Most enjoyable part of a customer service job is the variety of people you are bound to encounter. You learn something from each person you engage.