Training Medical Assistant, Anderson, IN - July 7, 2016
A typical day at Harvest Supermarket would be coming in at seven in the morning and signing onto my drawer and printing all the reports off from the night before. Then gathering several different numbers together to figure what we may be over or short for that whole day before and/or coming out all zeros which is a good thing. I then proceed to type in all numbers in the computer and fax paperwork to the main office. I then make sure everything is filed correctly and get things ready for that day. Then I proceed to take care of customers the rest of the day until shift change. My prospective on the management would be that they were stern but really great with their employees. My co-workers included drama in their lives but I never let that get to me in anyway. I enjoyed working with them when there was no other trouble brewing in the workplace. The hardest part of the job I would say was when drama over powered the workplace to the point where it was very stressful to work there. But I would say that most enjoyable part was doing paperwork in a timely manner and making sure all money was taken care of properly.