Pros: Hours in the morning, store discount, upscale
Cons: No lunch, little employee consideration, little amount of hours in a week, bad communication amongst employee and head managers
A typical day at work requires waking up at 5 am and getting ready for the morning shift, which ranges anywhere from 6-12, 6-2, or 6-4. The hardest part of the job is dealing with all of the managers who want me to do something at a particular moment when another manager is telling me to do something else. There have been instances where I have had to overcome the stress and communicate to the head manager what task I should be doing first. The managers don't offer much hours during the week, and needless to say don't really care if you're receiving as much hours as one would hope. Overall, the stress is the hardest part of the job, and the managers don't think communication is a key factor in company success. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting to work early in the morning, this way I can have enough time to complete my school responsibilities and spend time with friends and family all the same.