My day included mostly of unloading freight trucks in the morning, and occasionally stocking what I unloaded. After I finished that my day was mostly dealing with customers. The main thing was talking to customers to figure out what exactly there order was, going to find it for them, and then loading it into their vehicle. I also assisted customers without special orders by either taking them to, or directing them to a product that they were struggling to find. This job taught me how to deal wit the public in a very respectful way and to be as helpful as possible. My management and coworkers were both very helpful. They would walk me around to show me where everything was, and if after if I still had trouble locating something they had no problem showing me exactly where it was again. The hardest part of my job is when I couldn't find something that a customer couldn't find since I felt as though I should know exactly where everything in the store was. This was handled very easily when I would take the customer with me to find another coworker to assist us. The customer was always appreciate that I went with them instead of just pointing them in a general direction. The best part of that job is when someone came in for a large quantity of items and I would assist them on loading it up, the gratitude they showed me for helping always brought me joy.