Long hours, no work/life balance
Co-Manager Trainee (Current Employee) – Ohio – November 2, 2017
You work 50+ hours each week, are expected to remember an unrealistic amount of information, and you don't get any breaks. The benefits are very nice, but it doesn't outweigh the physical and mental toll this puts on a person. Had I been told that there weren't any kind of breaks when I was interviewed, I'd never have taken the position. It's a very stressful position. There are some very unrealistic expectations of the associates and management, and they don't give you enough staff or hours to complete all necessary tasks adequately. There's no work/life balance, as they expect you to answer your phone on your days off, they change the schedule with little to no notice. Even though they offer good medical coverage, it's hard to find the time to use it, especially when you work during most normal business hours.
Benefits, 401k, health insurance, adoption assistance, and tuition reimbursement
No breaks, overworked and underpaid, no work/life balance, management and training not consistent in each store