Pros: flexible with school
Cons: not set schedule
A typical day at work involves counting cash from previous business day, running the register, putting out back stock, and cleaning up the store. I learned that it is very important to work as a team, if the person on a shift before you slacks off you have to pick up that slack. The management is not entirely how I would run a store per say, they need to step up a little more and speak with employees about gossip, being lazy, etc. Co-workers were easy to get along with. I get along with just about anybody. The hardest part of my job is not specifically the job itself but, the fact that I don't have a specific shift. I work all sorts of hours, I could work an early morning shift one day then a night shift the next. I need some sort of consistency. I enjoy being able to converse with and help people out on a regular basis.