Pros: Ideal for starting out as a cashier
Cons: Constantly shifting layout, long hours, harsh supervisors and employment, more expectations of performance than necessary
So much is expected of their workers that there is reason the pay was much more than the standard minimum wage. Long hours and expectations of learning at a faster pace than is comfortable are the nutshell of what was endured. An apparent strive for religious-only employees was one I learned too little too late. The supervisors expected much more out of me than I could have produced, given it was my first job ever. I was so excited to start working, and then, shortly after working, learned to sort of regret my decision. One cannot say anything remotely negative about the company while on site, even if it is justifiable and a decent concern. Hardest part of the job was the job itself, which was more than I could handle even though I had no experience beforehand with working. The only good part of the job that I actually and truly enjoyed was being able to work in an industry I enjoyed quite a bit. Being able to help out others with products and being able to use analytical and numerical skills to better the establishment was both fun and useful. This, however, is the only saving grace of the company, in my eyes. I'll never forget the layout of the store changing every.single.week and them expecting me to memorize it every week, even though I couldn't come into the store before my daily shifts because the store was quite far away from where I live. Long story short, go here for the occasional splurge on products and merchandise but stay away from employment.