All my coworkers were laid back and relaxed. This made for an easy going, positive atmosphere. Being a thrift store, my average work day often centered around the customers. I needed to aid customers in need of assistance, or I needed to find things to do when there was an obvious lack of customers. Our store tended to get busier as each week went on. So a typical Monday was more inventory oriented, rather more focused on taking down old merchandise or putting up new merchandise (or even a combination) whatever it takes to get through the slow day. Fridays, meanwhile, are more organizing, straightening up the merchandise and making it look presentable, and being as available to customers as possible. Before this job, I had very little experience working with clothing and none with a variety of clothing. I learned how to properly organize almost any article of clothing during this stint. The manager is, for the most part, a good man. I'm not the only one who believes, however, he has a bit of an ego. And although it was due to circumstances out of my control, we ended on a sour note. The assistant manager is the exact opposite. Very hard working, still friendly, always willing to help, she looked after me while I was there. Getting everything done on a timely basis was difficult for me personally. The most enjoyable part was my coworkers. They were awesome.