Pros: truth is all the duties and work i got to do
Cons: it was a temporay job (accepted)
I get to work on time. I put on my required business apron and grab the kettle for donations, along with the bell. I stand outside greeting customers and ringing my bell. Smiling while asking customers if they like to donate and goodbyes in thank you, God bless, Merry Christmas and happy holidays. I gotten ten minute breaks, so I usually would use 5 minutes to do personal duties and just go straight back to work. For 8 hours working, I proceeded waiting for my supervisor to come and tell me when it is time to go home.
I enhanced my learning in customer service with first and ending meets in greetings. Also, that people really care about others having a wonderful holiday. The Management was very nice they gave me a job! Actually the hiring manager was out on business so the hiring manager that hired me was a substitute. I had no co-workers and really wasn't nothing hard about the job it was easy going. Lastly, the most enjoyable part of the job was, honestly, the whole job. I enjoyed waking up and getting ready to go to work. I enjoyed getting to work, on time was more nice. I enjoyed the job I was working for and what the job was in for too. I enjoyed seeing people really showing support and care to there donations. The whole me apart of Salvation Army was wonderful.