Just a job and a little extra cash in your pocket.
Typical day at work: go in at 8am till 12pm for the morning shift then work from 7pm till 11pm for the evening shift. clean, stock shelves, mop floors, empty trash outside and inside, stock coolers, sweep parking lot, and clean bathrooms.
I learned how to have more self confidence in myself. How to talk to people, even though I didn't run the register, I still talked to people every time i worked. I learned how to talk to people without being scared or shy to talk and have conversations. That's what I learned there.
Management was ok. The manager really didn't know too much of what went on at night except through the cameras. She was only there from 6am to noon. One bad part about the manangement was that they would talk to you through notes writen to you on a desk in the back room. She would never talk to you in person unless it something very important. That only applyed to the night workers though and I mostly worked at night.
My co-workers were pretty cool especially at night. We got along for the most part. We joked around all the time. usually there is only 2 workers at night, me and the cashier. I didn't get along with some of the employees that work during the day or morning. Bad part is, is that my grandma works there and still does to this day and she would have to hear about what I did wrong the night before. But I got along with my co-workers for most of the time.
There really isn't anything hard about the job. I liked it actually but it just wasn't enough pay for what I want to make.
The most enjoyable part of the job is chatting with the customers and seeing them every night. Most of the customers are the same ones every night so we always had something to talk about. They are friendly and nice. I had a good time seeing them all the time. That's that part I miss too is seeing them. Now since I don't work there I feel very disconnected from the world. Because working there felt like you knew everything!