Pros: good atomosphere, learning experience, great first step into the retail world, clothing discounts
Cons: hour cuts, overpiled with tasking with not enough time, not enough family time, unreasonable about emergencies and college
Hitting Goals, creating goals, tracking segments and plans, learned about ADS, UPT, inventory, management, sales, payroll, planning, organization, Visual following, policy and procedures, multitasking, interpersonal skills, customer service, problem solving skills, marketing, merchandising, accurate money handling, banking, opening and closing operations, drawer counts, coaching and training, interviewing and hiring,
Management is great, and I loved being a part of it.
Hardest parts of the job are the hour cuts, not enough pay for the jpb you're doing, HAVING to be so dedicated that you don't have a family life and they aren't good about working around college, they also aren't understanding about leave of absence for emergencies.
The most enjoyable part is what overcomes every hardship.
I personally had the best set of coworkers and managers that a person could possibly have. There for, everything was a team effort and a learning experience (personal and professionally).
I love to sell and be interactive with customers, so I always had a blast.