Pros: Discount privileges
Cons: Short breaks
During a typical day at work, I would go straight to the break room to clock in then come out onto the floor and start recovering. Working on the floor consisted of returning and recovering. I would constantly have to go behind the register or the fitting room and return the clothes back to the racks. While I was not returning clothes, I would be recovering the racks; picking up clothes from the floor, putting sizes back in order, and making the clothes look in order. Depending on how long I would be working, I would have to cover for the person working in the fitting room when they go on lunch. Some days I would be assigned in the fitting room for the entire day, where I would have to keep it clean and assign numbers to those coming in to try on clothes. I definitely learned to multitask and to be ready for any position when assigned. In one day, its possible for me to be moved from the woman's floor, to the men's floor, to the fitting room and even to the front end as a cashier. The managers were very hard-working, and treated each associate with respect. The co-workers were very easy to get along with. Over time, I became very accustom to this job. It did not take too long for me to adjust as well as I did. The most enjoyable part for me was the feeling of being someone that my co-workers and management could rely on. I also would of enjoyed if I was given time as a cashier.