Odd start. The training was brutal, but we were part of the original crew of opening a new store. After getting acclimated to the environment, I began to realize that management and upper level really do care for their employees. There is no favoritism. Everyone is treated the same, as long as you respect and make that commitment. You may work some long hours, but you always get a break and the schedule is fair. I have to say, I'm glad I endured through the boot camp of training and the uncertainty of whether I should stay or not. I'm glad I stayed.
loyal management, fast paced, money to be made, no favoritism
you may have long hours without eating, but bring your lunch and employ survival skills