It all depends on managment
Assistant Store Manager (Current Employee) – Pemberton, NJ – June 19, 2016
I had no training for my promotion and had to learn things as I went, but being the most senior manager at my first store, it wasn't good enough. But my old managers and district manager helped a lot, knowing the circumstances, and I did eventually feel comfortable and confident running a store.
My new manager retrained me and my skills have since grown. I am more than capable of being a store manager and even training new team members efficiently.
However, the worse part of working for this company is that we can go through people very quickly, and unless your manager is very fond of you, you can be fired on the spot, without warning or say. And because of this, I have worked close to 50 hours for almost 3 weeks. They go through people quicker than they hire and properly train them.
Actually, the worse part is our low payroll. I have worked full, 8- hour shifts alone, meaning no bathroom breaks, no help, and definitely no lunch while still being expected to complete the required work load.