Pros: free food, flexible schedule (somewhat), high pay
Cons: benefits not great, hours of operation, hours averaging working
-run the shifts (give manager breaks and other associates if needed, send people home, put people on positions)
-handled money (check large bills, access to the safe)
-manager override (voids, frequencies)
-costumer service in store
-training in all positions
I learned how to communicate with different types of people and leadership. I learned how – more... to handle costumer service and to give great quality.
Coworkers are great and friendly people. Management was supportive of me and always willing to help us learn new things.
Hardest part of the job is the hours of operation (working late) and being open 7 days a week, as well as holidays. With that you miss out on a lot of quality time and plans with family and friends. Also dealing with drunk, crazy people at late hours.
Most enjoyable part is the fellow associates there that I have bonded with.
Pay is great, but only working less than part-time hours.
Great for students and for a first job. – less