I thought this would be a good part time job once I took retirement at 62, but when I started both lead cashiers had quit and they took about 2 months or more to hire people. Apparently coming in at 5:00 AM, then going home and having to come back later in the day again for $12.50 an hour isn't worth it to a lot of people. Meanwhile, I worked odd hours at all 4 ramps, covered lunch breaks, then was expected to come back and cover dinner breaks and work regular shifts. I once worked 7 days in a row and then had 1 day off and worked another 4 days. Also, every time I had a day off the lead cashier manager would call or text me asking me to work or with some question or other, which I found annoying when I was trying to spend some family time. Training was lacking also. Of course the lead who trained me for 4 hours a day for 2 days knew she was quitting and really didn't care about training me right, although in my opinion the training should have been side by side for 8 hours a day for a minimum of 2 days. Each register has it's own little quirks and when something wouldn't work sometimes it was hard to get help, especially when all the leads have quit, lol! I was actually fired because I worked till 10:15pm and misread the schedule and thought I was suppose to be for an afternoon shift the next day, but it turned out they expected me to be in to work a 6:00am-2:15pm shift the following day (less than 8 hours off). Thinking this was a blessing in disguise! Too bad though, it could be a fun place to work if the management was better.
You get to sit in a chair instead of stand all day.
Odd hours, work late one night, come in early next day, etc.