Pros: Good co-workers, Subway, Meeting different people
Cons: Changing management, strenuous demands
Usually, the work done by us was routine. I had learned how to operate the Ruby cash registers, how to work as a team with my coworkers, the operations of selling lottery tickets and money orders through Western Union. Management had its ups and downs, and most of my bosses were easy to work with. In terms of listening to my requests and concerns however, I was mostly met with empty promises. This was not their fault, however, as their hands were regularly tied by upper management. When it came to my coworkers, I would get along with about at least 90% of them, and had very few issues. The hardest part of the job were the evolving company policies and selective enforcement of them. The part I enjoyed most about the job was the fact I got to know many individuals with whom I keep in touch to this day. I also enjoyed the fact I saw people from all across the country who were travelling through.