I was employed to open the store on weekends and a few closing shifts throughout the week. I was not assigned a key to the store, thus a manager had to physically be there to start the day. The Manager on Duty would arrive 45 minutes late, meaning I had 15 minutes to open the store.
Daily work included washing and sanitizing two yogurt machines. Some of the machines were in disrepair. It was unfair to customers when we only had a few machines working, as two were being cleaned and the others did not work.
What I learned was that bad managers do exist, and they can drive employees away.