At Least I Learned How To Work A Cashier
Cashier / Evening Recovery (Former Employee) – Corona, CA – January 3, 2017
Fallas, at least at the Corona location, wasn't a well-respected establishment so it was common to find food wrappings underneath clothing racks and mysterious liquids spilled on the stone floor. Recovery was difficult and tedious since I worked mostly with clothing and there would only be 3 of us working after hours. Having only 3 people wouldn't normally be such an issue, but we'd always leave an hour later than management wanted us to because of the crazy messes we'd have in shoes, kitchen, and 5 sections of clothing. I wasn't looking for advancement within the company, per say, but I was ensured that if I did a good enough job I'd be promoted within the ranks soon enough. This later appeared to be false advertising because a 3 year veteran co-worker of mine of the same rank took extra shifts at work instead of spending time with her son and she never got a promotion. The most enjoyable part of the job was in helping customers on the floor with getting items from high shelves and ringing their purchases up at the cash register.
Cashier skills, customer service skills, recovery skills
Insufficient help on the floor during rush hours, pay didn't match the work involved