cashier (Former Employee), Henderson , nv – November 27, 2013
A typical day as a grave yard cashier for terrible herbst was easy going. local customers that lived around the store keep everything at a normal pace always getting the same items and at the same times.
with this easy pace it was ever so easy to get all chores done at a quick pace,
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Henderson, NV – October 31, 2013
Great management experience, I was acting manager when general manager was not in the store. Responsibilities included cash reconciliation, deposits, time and attendance, inventory, ordering, receiving, store operations and customer service.
Car Wash Attendant/Cashier (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – September 20, 2013
a day at work consists of cleaning vehicles allday. I liked it. I learned great customer service skills and how to handle consumers. management was good. we had a lot of great conversations. my co workers were great people. hardest part of the job was standing for 8 to 10 hrs. the most enjoyable part was meeting new people.
CASHIER (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – June 11, 2013
Loved being able to open and close my shifts. Easy to count down drawers. Always maintained store cleanliness. Made sure merchandise was always fully stocked and correct change was applied to gas pumps.
Productive and friendly environment between L.A. and Las Vegas
Cashier, Stocker (Current Employee), Barstow, CA – March 6, 2013
I always work mostly the night shift (10 p.m.-6 a.m.) and it everyday most of the railroad workers and the crew from the Maine Core Base and Fort Irwin stops by for refreshments after work. I would do my best to please the customers everynight, and everymorning when they get ready for work. What I've learned is that being honest and respectful can gain – more... the customers trust everyday and everynight. I have no problem with my bosses and my co-workers. We do get along just fine everyday of the week. The hardest part of the shift I am currently working can be very boring, but I would tend to find some work to do to keep me occupied through out the night. – less
cashier (Former Employee), N Las Vegas, NV – December 5, 2012
Pros: close to my home
Cons: too many to name
this job was incerdibly bad.the compansation was low and you never get raises.trying to get information from h r was extremely hard they continue to give you the run around.i went into work stressed out daily.
Slot Route Dispatcher (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – December 4, 2012
Pros: sometimes the boss would order us pizzas, he did that alot
when l was first hired , we had 10 hrs shifts that was easy to get use to, then the year before the company was bought we went to 8 hrs l at times, l would work 6 days a week, sat. days sometimes 12 hrs we answered about 500 to 1000 calls a day l loved it! love helping people with any problems they had, interacting w/ my techs and lead techs and coin – more... runners we became a family of sorts l cant think of any anything that was the hardest part of the day we all got along really well and always had each others backs! – less
Cashier (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – September 11, 2012
Pros: a job for experience....a paycheck
Cons: no advancement, lack of benefits, customer service stinks at most places
I worked for Terribles for 5 years. I rarely called in sick. I always came in when asked. Never had a write up. Was never considered for advancement by anyone. I applied but got nothing in return. Raises were far and in between. Vacation and health benefits are laughable. It was an easy enough job to learn. The constent change of managers and employees – more... made days unbearable. Especially the lazy ones. If I were management both district and cooperate I would be reviewing the tapes often. Alot of favortisim goes on too. Would I go back there...nope I'd rather dig in the dirt for worms. – less
Service Advisor (Current Employee), Las Vegas, NV – August 31, 2012
Pros: benefits, people, and efficiency
Cons: pay, and communication between management
A typical day at work is greeting customers with an upbeat attitude, providing the customer with knowledge of all the services we offer, and handling money transactions.
I have learned a lot of different sales techniques and different ways of dealing with customers and their needs.
Management at my specific store is good. Very good to employees, but – more... could use some work when it comes to communication between the two managers when it comes to what they would like to see from the employees.
My co-workers are amazing. Everyone is always willing to help each other out, however they need to.
The hardest part of my job up to this point is working outside. Being in the extreme heat or cold really does take a toll on your body after a while.
The most enjoyable part of my job would be the people i work with. Like i said previously, they are amazing. Always helping, making you laugh, all while making sure everyone has an equal part in making sure everything is running as smoothly and efficiently, just as it should. – less
Vacuumer (Current Employee), Las Vegas, NV – May 13, 2012
Cons: non stop cars, very exhausting, working outside with heat, must be detail oriented
Typical day at work is very easy... but can be difficult at times. Vacuuming cars is easy but put a time limit, Las Vegas heat, and customer requests it can get bad quick. Sending cars through the tunnel sounds easy but add scrubbing bugs (which takes 2-3 minutes), checking if windows are open, and if cars are in neutral on top of having cars lined – more... up waiting to go through the tunnel is no walk in the park. That's just half of what is going on. Having good awareness of cars and how they always have something wrong with them will ensure that nothing bad will happen to the car when you send it down the tunnel. Even then anything can happen cause cars suck and no amount of new technology will save wear and tear.
The pay is horrid only because people don't always tip and in this type of job the tips are everything... and when you are first starting out as a vacuumer people don't tip in the back only in the front where they wipe the cars down.
All in all if you care about doing a quality job on a car and yet make the time limit this job will be rewarding since you are helping people stress less and feel good cause their cars are cleaner. The work is hard and the expectations are high. It's not so easy as you may think.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the TIPS cause your getting paid 7.25... – less