A typical day at work would include speaking to guests, which to me was the most rewarding part! Everyday I looked forward to going into work to speak to my guest, our store was located in a small town and most of the customers knew me, therefore it was easy to speak to them and fix any questions and concerns that they might have had. The rest of my time at work would include counting down cash drawers and reconciling them, assigning tasks and duties for the cashiers and baggers that worked during my shift. Counting cash and making deposits as well. I learned a lot at Winn-Dixie, when I first started i was a scared fourteen year old girl who was shy and afraid to speak to people. Now I can speak to a total stranger even if I am not working. I think that working in retail and being around people makes you a stronger person in general. The management at work was usually good people, but you do get those few that seem like they are mad at the world, but what I have found out is that you really have to get to know that person, after all they aren't as bad as they may seem. Co-workers at work were always a challenge, some got along while others did not, so in this type of job you had to help others understand how to get along and work well with each other. The really wasn't a hard part of the job I had, you have hurdles that you have to jump over every now and then. If I had to name something it would be to reprimand someone for not doing their job. The most enjoyable part of my job was the customers that I encountered on a daily basis!