Simple and to the point work, Fast Paced, but you go home feeling as if you accomplished something.
Pros: They would have cookout often, The people and co-workers
A typical day of work was straight forward and to the point. We did what we call zoning which is getting the store ready to open, maintaining a neat sales floor while people shop. And with shoppers, we attend to their needs servicing every potential costumer. What i generally learned although i was always patient is to be more patient with people, whether their attitude is good or bad, and keep calm when a situation is tense. The management was overall good, we did have a couple MITs that made a couple mistakes and it caused people to have attendance errors, but that was the only bad thing about management. My co-workers were the best, i had formed very good friendships, whether its new employees, or those who were there already. It was very easy to form lasting relationships. The hardest part of the job was the schedule, I would get off at 9:30pm and because i used public transportation, i couldn't make it out in time to catch the last bus, so i would have to walk almost 5 miles. which would get tiring in the summer. The most enjoyable part of the job is the friendships and connections you gain, while working as a team to get things done properly.