Pros: schedule your own breaks & lunches, drive your own car, pay for gas used, and you know all the new products coming out before they hit stores.
Cons: your job is your car, if that breaks down, you have no way to get to your daily accounts.
Working here really challenges my time management. I go to different grocery stores doing back stock and loads from trucks withing an approximate time. My manager is very laid back when it comes to his employees, so he understands all the circumstances that comes within trying to work on the sales floor during business hours. So it do take some pressure – more... off of me, but I still work hard to hit the approximate time that he wants me to finish.
I been working here since February 2014, so its been about 3 months, and I have improved ALOT.
Now that I am getting better at managing my time in each store, I also give myself extra time to maintain our floor displays with our merchandise.
I am able to be as creative as I want to sale our products, so that gives me a chance to show my manager my creative skills and detail. – less