Pros: two 15 minute breaks and a 45minute lunch, should your work day exceed 6 hours, and the advancement opportunities are endless.
Cons: dealing with the circus clowns they call managers, dealing with customers, and dealing with the teenage simpletons they insist on hiring
I love working for this company, It was my first job, and two and a half years later I still don't hate it. I have gotten two promotions, and most of my management cares about my advancement. However, said management can be highly questionable at best. The store is not functioning as it should, all the managers know it, but chose to accept it. This condoning of incompetence is precisely the reason why i'm seeking employment elsewhere, as i'm supremely intelligent to these imbeciles and regard myself as a reasonable person.
A typical day at work consists of processing freight, customer service, and far too much manual labor. My co-workers, or more specifically; my subordinates are excellent. They do as they are told, and do not defy me. The hardest part of the job has to be the constant running around to help customers (because the operations manager cannot seem to make good hiring decisions, thus leaving us short handed), and dealing with female associates who believe they are exempt from any job duties (duties of which they said they are WILLING to perform upon being hired) involving physical exertion of energy.