Pros: free lunch on black friday, good pay, hours worked around school schedule, work seemed fair for what
Cons: overstaffed at time of hiring, fired 90% of store after holiday season
A typical work day involved me usually straightening clothes that were on the sales floor, preparing clothes in the backroom to be sold, and working the door as a form of anti-theft.
The nice hourly pay was a good bonus. Made more than enough to help pay for school costs and to commute back and forth between Oakland and SF. Really enjoyed my time there.
One – more... of the more enjoyable aspects of the job was meeting tourists from all over the world here to spend major cash.
Management was cool, for a bunch of work driven Japanese people. I definitely could notice differences around the attitude of work between both cultures now. I like the Japanese ideal of hard work, or at least aspects of it, but there's less freedom to it, like I feel like you were expected to give 110% where an America-based company would be okay with like, say 70-80%. – less