Pros: six month quarter raises
Cons: unorganized management
A typical shift includes greeting guest, upkeeping the store, clean up litter, cashier, restock the floor, stock the stock room once a week, adhere to a strict dress code, and preform a variety of projects given by management including daily sale goals.
I've learned how customer service operates, how handle a variety of situations in retail, and their POS system. My managers were never really on the same page. It was not the fault of ability, but that the main manager in charge is bi-polar to what she wanted done. It made it difficult for her assistant managers to give us employees proper direction. This corporation has a extremely high turnover rate. Most of my co-workers chose to leave due to the difficulties explained earlier. Some were fired because of what I believe miscommunications due to the issue I presented earlier. It is very difficult to always be under pressure from one manager or another while both are contradicting each other or are simply saying to do two different things. Instead of both of them saying the same thing. I enjoyed the location of my job. Before work, I could stop by somewhere to wait until my shift started, and after wards, I could go somewhere with co-workers.