My experience from working at the Raymond James stadium in retail.
Retail Associate (Seasonal) (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – October 18, 2016
a typical day at work consist of receiving products from various manufactures. I would check for damages, count the products, write down how many of each kind and sizes, scan them into the system, tag them with our UPC, and box them up and stick a label on it. I learned how to handle product, how to work a register, and inventory. management wasn't involved when they needed to be, but when they were there commands contradicted each others which led to both managers arguing and no work getting down. management was very harsh as well, talking down to most of my co-workers an me. My co-workers were very happy and energetic, I've never had any problems with them. we could know out projects under an hour with no mistakes. i'd say the hardest part of the job would be correcting another persons mistakes which rarely happens but when it does its very time consuming. what i really enjoyed while doing my job is the satisfaction of completing various task at a fast pace.
hourly pay plus commission on game days. fun co-workers.
unorganized management. very hot environment with no AC. very mean managers.