one of the worste places ever but if you can survive here you can survive anywhere I guess.
Pros: learn to think fast on your feet, meet some of the best people ever
Cons: enviornment, long hours, no weekends off, poor pay, standard, just everything
So where to begin. You do learn a lot but most of the time you will have to figure stuff out on your own. There is absolutely no training if anything they shove papers at you and expect you to remember everything right away. Management was never on the same page we went through god knows how many managers some good some just terrible to the point I would have to do their job for them and not be compensated for the work. The teens they higher are lazy and hold no standards. My store was really dirty I bet if you swipe your finger on a wall your finger would turn black from all the dust. I fortuantly had the opportunity to move up and become a head cashier I loved it until I realized I was on my own and the best advice a manager told me was to not stress and that is how I survived for over 1.5 years there. Working there was not easy you deal with a lot of gissip, drama, and alot of unprofessionalism. Tons of schedule mistakes were made and if you dare tell a manager you were met with an unhelpful aditude. Extremely LONG hours my location closed its doors at 10 pm which meant recovery and go backs would take up to 12-1am so kiss weekends goodbye and for the low pay rate its aweful. I along with others were treated so unfair when we were the real hard workers. It was just a really unappraciative place just go and ask a current employee how they like working there and I'm sure they will take a moment to answer to try and make it not sound so bad but it is.