Flexible hours and it pays some bills
Drug GM Clerk (Current Employee) – Morgantown, WV – January 21, 2016
It is a good place to work for a high school or college student that needs flexibility with hours during school then maximum hours during breaks. A typical day at work on day that a truck is received involves breaking down the truck and unloading products. After the truck is unloaded, the product is taken to the shelves to be stocked. If product does not fit on the shelf, it is scanned into backstock and put in the storage area. After the truck is completely put away, the shelves are conditioned, which involves moving product forward and straightening shelves to make them look nice. On a day that a truck is not scheduled, the backstock is moved to the floor. After this is completed, conditioning is done for the rest of the shift.
I have learned patience with this job. Customers come in frequently looking for someone to yell at. When I am the person they find, it is my job to calm them down to find out how I could best help them. This does not always work, and management must get involved. Some co-workers are also not the most fun to work with, but the best must be made out of any situation because that is life. Other co-workers make working inside all day a little more enjoyable.
This job is not a hard job. The only struggle is getting work done when employees from previous shifts do not finish before they leave. Things happen and other departments need help throughout the day, so you do your best to finish a days work no matter if it is your responsibility or not.
paid vacation after a year, flexible hours, easy work, raises
union dues take a good chunk of my part-time check, angry customers, minimum wage