Pros: Good Co-Workers, Good Management, Very Good at Working Around Schedules
Cons: Short Breaks, Long Periods of Standing, Some Janitorial Duties
United is a good place to start out! As a sacker, you have to put the guests groceries in bags and take them out to their car while talking to the guest the entire time. If it is, slow you are expected to clean the registers and refill the sacks. You aren't allowed to sit or lean except for on your minute break which your legs will get used to after a few days. You'll get a different schedule every week, but they're very flexible with it. The other workers are by far the best part because of the great community it has.You get paid every Friday, but you don't get a great paycheck with minimum wage, nor do you get very many hours. I am very glad that I worked here as it taught me a lot, introduced me to new friends, and put some money in my wallet!