Pros: friendly associates, nice management, flexible schedule.
Cons: pay sucks, must work nights and weekends, are expected to work harder for no extra compensation.
The people were fun to work with, and the schedules were very flexible. However, the pay is terrible. You start at minimum wage and it doesn't go up much from there. You get a ten to twenty-five cent raise every YEAR. That's it.
Working here you are trained in almost every area, they expect you to know everything and work every position, and work nights – more... and weekends but do not compensate you with pay. For example I started as a sales associate and was eventually put into the Cash Office where I handled ALL the money the store made, sometimes up to $50,000 in cash, however I was not given any sort of raise for such a position of HUGE responsibility.
Like I said, it's an okay job for someone in High School who is just looking for a little extra cash. – less