TYPICAL day was open mail review tasks, call store, schedule services, proceed to scheduled commitments, service store according to task sheet, interface with department or store management, complete task and inspection sign-off, leave store and fill in report of completion, phone in completion, and mail documents required for that specific task. Repeat for other manufacturers in that or other nearby stores on my daily schedule.
LEARNED humility in dealing with a wide variety of store personnel.
Management was mostly self inflicted, with infrequent phone calls to local district manager and on rare occasion with home office which were always sympathetic ans mostly helpful.
There were no CO-WORKERS
HARDEST was the additional work given to me at the last minute when other employees quit or cancelled and a task was time sensitive. At one time the whole state workforce seems to vanish and I had 32 Rite Aid services to perform twice a month in addition to the Wal*marts and K*Marts, Sears and other stores on my schedule. Plus side I mad a lot of money and expenses that month