Continual work under high pressure brought on by poor corporate management. No advancment or pay increases.
Customer Service, Cashier (Current Employee) – Rochester, MN – March 9, 2016
I have worked for this company on two separate occasions and was paid more for the first four years than when they asked me to come back to work. We had moved to Maryland because of my wife's job.
I am 74 years old and am only asked to be there two days a week to unload, by hand, a semi-trailer.
The co-workers are mixed, some will work hard, others will make it hard on the rest because they are not doing their share.
There is very little, if any, backing from management. They are under extreme pressure for their jobs and it trickles down. Most store full time employees, of which very few remain after many have been let go, go into a panic mode if they find out there is going to be a "corporate" visitor.
We have cake once a month.
Low pay, no "thank you's" for good work. No slack.