Pros: regular breaks, relatively easy work, no heavy lifting
Cons: bad managers, coworkers that would not be warned for their inappropriate behavior, standing for 8+ hours
During my very short stint at PC I had three different managers, who would often ask me when I was going shopping on a day off if I could come in and work. Along with that, when I actually gained free time in order to work, I was given no hours whatsoever - in fact, the last couple of weeks I was "employed" there, I had 0 hours per week.
While most of my coworkers were friendly, I had one coworker who made my shifts miserable and my managers refused to do anything about it. He would make offensive jokes, which often were poking fun at massacres or tragedies, and he also made several misogynistic comments towards me in regards to my capabilities as an employee. He also got great enjoyment out of harassing me and my other coworkers whilst we were trying to serve customers.
My final manager was a total pain, and even though I gave him several copies of my schedule he refused to give me any hours. He also treated me and my fellow coworkers horribly. When I quit, he didn't even recall that I had done so, and continued to call me asking me to cover shifts, even though I had told him that I had quit weeks ago.
This job also required a great amount of standing, which is difficult for me to manage given that I have a disability that makes standing for a long time to be quite painful. I would not recommend this job for anyone who has a similar problem.