Horrible work environment
Head Cashier (Former Employee) – Casselberry, FL – April 30, 2016
If you think being chewed out by an assistant manager in front of fellow associates and customers is fun, this is the place for you. It happens to somebody every day. No orientation-you are given a handbook and told to go home on your own time and read it. You might go to another store to train, and they may do things completely different, but you are supposed to figure it out yourself. Antiquated equipment-cash registers are old, check approval machines rarely work. Cashiers and head cashiers are not given any authority, a manager must be called for every tiny decision. If you are a cashier, you can get fired for being over or under the smallest amount of money. Store merchandise is constantly changing-it can be in one spot for one day, another spot the next, but cashiers who stand in one spot are expected to know where everything is. Floor people not only have to help customers, but also sweep the floors and clean bathrooms and whatever else you would think a chain of stores would hire a cleaning crew to do. And that is in addition to trying to straighten the store with only 2 or 3 associates there. The pay is extremely low for what the duties entail, no matter what the position. But if you need a job, they always have openings. Always. Be prepared for no life/work balance. You get your schedule on Thursday for the next week, starting Saturday. Yes, that is right-2 days notice.
It gives you a check, Co workers.
Managers, schedule posted too late to make any plans, low pay, associates treated with little or no respect.