A company that was definitely changed over the years. Not as much about the music as they used to be, but that's to be expected. My co-workers were great for the most part, I didn't work with them very much given the fact that I only worked mornings (4 hours max towards the end of my employment there). The enjoyable part of working for this company was talking about music, movies, pop culture with customers, meeting interesting and great new people, hearing customers say how much they loved the store, and they had a great music selection on the store's player. The hardest part of the job was making sure every customer never left empty handed. It's a lot easier said than done. Like I said before, I worked early in the mornings 4-5 days a week, during weekdays, the mall was pretty dead. There'd be times where foot traffic would pick up sporadically, but not often enough to make a real impact on sales. There was no real way for me to move up within the company without having to relocate, but seeing as how most malls in Maryland are so spread out, it wouldn't have been a possibility. The company is a lot about the numbers and keeping customers coming back rather than helping the associates or other managers grow. It was definitely a rollercoaster ride at times.
Environment was right up my alley, fun co-workers
About the numbers a bit too much, not realistic when it comes to selling approaches