Cons: Short hours, poor pay
Like any other store, a typical day includes helping customers on the sales floor and stocking shelves. However, there has always been a consistent lack of communication between managers, and more importantly, Corporate. Each manager would assign completely different tasks to a single associate, and then wonder why all of it wasn't completed. They also understaffed the store at the most important times, and it would often lead to all associates staying well over an hour past closing time just to recover the store. As for Corporate, the numerous requests for new or additional equipment such as vacuums, flatbed carts, two-wheel dollies and ladders went completely ignored.