A typical day usually starts around 12pm and with an initial review of the store to see what I have to deal with for the shift and then move on from there. After that start moving the freight to the shelves and in between all that fulfill my customers needs, from simple things like finding an item, to employment inquiries, as well as returns and complaints. When my Store Manager is not there I preform their tasks and responsibilities, as well as my own, so I know how to run the store in their absence. Management is professional and to the point but not high strung. As for my co-workers, we go through cashiers, I've seen and trained a good number of people, but that seems typical of general store retailers. My long term co-workers are professional and generally pleasant to be around. There really are no hard parts to the job other than corporate shenanigans and irate customers, but it has it's own gratification at the end of the day.