A good job while in school, but not practical for life.
Customer Service/ Photo Specialist (Former Employee) – Wentzville, MO – July 25, 2017
As a customer service employee and photo specialist, I printed and edited photos for customers as well as checked out customers buying essentials. I learned a good deal of customer service skills as well as how to work a range of different printers. The management was an inconsistent mix of fantastic to destressing, many having conflicting views about how tasks should be done, which only comes back to bite employees. The workplace feels unsafe when customers become aggressive over thing out of your control, but most people are fairly kind. The most difficult part of the job is standing for eight hours straight, and if the store is understaffed it can be hard to get a mandatory break in. The most enjoyable part of the job for me is helping customers print photos as gifts or for personal decoration.
Easy job to understand, good at teaching organization, service, and social skills.
Short breaks if any, little to no benefits, inconsistent management views and goals, standing for eight hours can be excruciating.