Unbalanced workload when it comes to shift duties.
Sales Associate II (Current Employee) – Evans, CO – October 8, 2014
When I get to the store I check outside trash before I go inside to see which ones need to be changed beforehand to get a jump on that chore. Then depending on who is working I either have to deep clean the store immediately or start the end of day register reports, then I start on the fountain and cappicino machines. I take the novels off of fountains and replace with clean ones and then take down cappicino machine completely and wash in back room. Then I start to clean bathrooms for first time then go outside to change trash, refill windshield wiper fluid, paper towels, and receipt paper for gas pumps. After that I clean the roller grill and put the cappicino machine back together then clean tea and coffee urns along with their accompanying trays and the koolee machine drip tray also. Then check bathrooms again, check the cooler for low products, restock shelf items, also have to stock cigerettes, help customers, clean store by sweeping and mopping, taking out the trash and keeping parking lot clean. All other shifts have half these chores and two associates working them but the overnight shift, which I work is by myself and expected to do more chores, but I get it done and better than the other shifts so always up for a challenge.
a few friendly regulars that make the night barable to work
horrible scheduling issues and a lot of deceit withing the managment.