I check my computer to see if I have been assigned any jobs for the day, then print out the paperwork for the jobs that I have for the day. I generally had to reorganize and restock things like makeup, food, underwear, etc.
I learned that there's more to a store than just what's on the shelves, there's people behind the scenes restocking and relocating the things we want/need.
The managers have been changed on my district three times in the last two years, and it hasn't caused any chaos or confusion for any of us here.
The workplace culture was variable with the environment and people you were surrounded by depending on the location you were currently working at.
The hardest part of the job was being in the subzero freezer for extended amounts of time counting ice cream.
The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting the people I have met and forming new bonds with them.