Depends on your location...
Pros: fairly easy to comprehend, the company is understand when scheduling shifts, pay increases as time spent with the company
Cons: sometimes, corporate management can have unattainable expectations of the store and/or employees
I started working with this company at one of their smaller stores and I grew to love it. The atmosphere, the staff, and the customers. Although, since it was a smaller store and somedays our foot traffic was low, there were always things to do and helpful people there to do them with. The managers I worked under helped me come out of my shell and taught me how to walk up to new people and initiate a conversation. Our staff became fairly close to one another because we spent so much time together. I would say the hardest part of the job would be determining what the customer is wanting when they come into the store, but for those who love a challenge, like myself, it's a great fit. My favorite part of the job was how naturally things come to you while you're there. Whether it's the technical part of the job or the interaction with the customers.