Typically at work I would clock in, greet my coworkers, head to my section, clean up as much as I could, greet the customers, preform my job duties, restock inventory, and do tasks given by the managers.
I learned better customer service, how to pick and ship inventory, organizational skills for inventory, and how to operate a pdt gun.
The management is laid back, but they typically don't work together very well. The system that they use to manage doesn't work very well. They will work with you on your hours and availability.
The workers, for the most part, don't care because of how the management and store is ran, but they will provide customer service. Off the floor, they are mostly all personable and nice.
The hardest part of the job was constantly keeping the metrics up, no matter how busy it got.
The most enjoyable part of the job was closing. You got to see another side of your coworkers and managers, so you could build better relationships with them.
occasional free lunch, flexable hours
low pay, mostly poor management