A typical day at work would be the moment you walk in you clock in and move carts and other items outside. I learned how to operate a cash register. Management was okay I think it would have been better if my schedule was set every week instead of me having to call in everyday to find out if i was working the next day or not. My co-workers were very friendly and helpful. The hardest part of the job would be going back and fourth between the register and stocking shelves because there is no system to know when someone is at the register but it was manageable. The most enjoyable part of the job was helping the customers.
long lunch breaks, very friendly co-workers, offer 401k
calling in to see if your working, a lot of overstock, crowded walk ways
Store Manager (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – August 25, 2016
don't treat their employees right.work managers 50-60 and pay you for 40.only give the sales associate24 hours a week than when they go out and find another job o make ends meet they want to fire them. The hardest part of the job was keeping the thieves out of the store than when we couldn't they would accuse the employees of stealing. The most enjoyable part of the job was my customers they loved me and I loved them I never knew some people came be so nice.
Manager (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – August 25, 2016
Management duties consisted of. Cashiering, stocking, setting plan-a-grams, hiring, banking, transposing sales, etc. to customer office. Customer service and cleaning. Interviewing, unloading trucks, inventory control. etc... I thought very highly of my co-workers, couldn't have done it without them. The hardest part of my job was working to many shifts and hours. The most enjoyable part of the job was setting plan-a-grams and customers.
Assistant Store Manager (Current Employee) – NJ – August 25, 2016
The company wants you to do alot, on there time. If you want to have days off its little to none. Customer can steal all they want its your fault for saying something to them & its your fault for letting them go.. The company doesnt care about its employees at all
Cashier (Former Employee) – Fort Oglethorpe, GA – August 25, 2016
Best coworkers i have ever worked with. I can move up fast in the company. I enjoy the work that i did there. I loved my boss. He was very nice and did not overreact to being late or missing a day of work. Very understanding.
Third Key Holder/Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Dalhart, TX – August 25, 2016
My first ever job, and it was quiet the experience. I learned lots of new things and got bumped up to a backup keyholder within 2 weeks of working. Met new people and had great friends and an awesome boss. I would have stayed here if I didn't move back to my home town!
Cashier (Former Employee) – Price, UT – August 25, 2016
The management team was very hard to work with because they would change minds a lot. The co-workers were very nice though and very helpful were the management lacked. The hardest part of the job was to communicate with the management.
Lead Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – August 24, 2016
People do not want to be there to work. Most of the employees are very negative about their jobs. High stressful environment. No benefits and not enough hours given to the store to schedule enough people to run it.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA 70815 – August 24, 2016
Clock-in check schedule and what needs to be done first (important). I love to learn new things and new ways of doing things I will laugh and talk with my co-workers but prefer it not to get no closer than work. The hardest part of a job is learning and knowing the requirements, the do's and the don'ts, the what if's. Once you know the system it becomes more easier to maneuver and assist customers as this provides outstanding customer service. The most enjoyable part of a job is knowing that you can succeed as far as promotions etc. the fact that you were able to help someone is a wonderful feeling.
Order Filler/Picker (Former Employee) – Scottsville, KY – August 24, 2016
They done me wrong hurt my back and was doing what they asked and they terminated me and I worked overtime and was a dang good worker.I have worked all my life since 1994 and never have worked for a company when your drawing workmenscomp when you are trying to get better they terminated me
A typical day at work would be money handling and customer service, stocking shelves and making sure the store was neat and clean for customers There was nothing hard at all about the job The most enjoyable part is getting to meet different people and my co workers all were help and very hard workers
Cashier/Stocker (Former Employee) – Waynesburg, OH – August 24, 2016
The management has room to work, specifically favoritism and insubordination. Always working with insufficient staff and worked on breaks in order to avoid lines at check out. The co-workers are fun and easy to get along with. There isn't room to move up the ladder unless you have significant experience. Training is watching videos and then throwing to the wolves. Management help is hard to get.