Pros: Employee discount, flexible hours, friendly coworkers
Cons: Scheduling miscommunication
A typical day at work involved walking through the racks and displays, straightening hangers and clothing, smoothing ties, tie clips/pins, fixing socks, and tables. Truck days were Wednesdays and Mondays, and on those days I would place the newest products on shelves and racks, moving older products to compensate for our newest inventory. Sometimes, I was called to work the register to help cashiers in the front. Every week I scanned for items that went on clearance, or for sales happening on the weekend.
There were no hard parts of the job; each area was challenging, but nothing which I couldn't accomplish. But the most enjoyable part of the job was certainly working with my fellow coworkers in taking care of customers, setting up displays, or organizing products.