Come in, count the money in whatever register you are to be on. Afterwards, go to the back and put 4 boxes onto a cart and roll it to wherever the manager wanted you to be. Start unloading the boxes and putting the clothes on the hangers, sensor them (if needed), and placed in the correct section of the store. At the same time, eyes were to be at the front where the registers were. If a customer is ready to check out, you have to stop what you're doing to help that customer. Additionally, you had to have done 4 boxes in an hour, and continue to work on more boxes until you can leave. Also had to assist customers with whatever they needed help with. All this together was stressful. If you didn't work on your boxes fast enough you would get in trouble. Felt like the pay should've been a little more if there was THAT much work to do
Co-workers all got along, except with the store manager. She didn't want us to really converse with each other while working, and she wasn't very nice.