Then, I had to wait even more for that information to be sent back. When it did, I was called, and the manager asked me to come in (with the outfit on- yellow shirt/black slacks) a few days later. I wasn't doing anything, so it was fine, but I also didn't have any yellow shirts or money to buy one. My older sister ended up buying one for me, and was a little angry that I was asked to come in right away (little did I know that this was going to be a major problem).
I went in and sat in that stupid little break room for 3 hours watching their training videos. I was told that after watching them, I was going to be able to train a little bit, but when the videos were finished, I was told to leave. For two weeks, I was never put on the schedule. When I would talk to the manager about it, she would say that they just don't have the hours.
Then, a person was transferred to another store, and I was allowed to finally get some hours. I was told that the hours would range from 10-15, but they quickly shot up to 25- which was fine with me.
During the beginning days of work, I quickly found out how crappy they are. The first day I was on the register by myself was also the first day I had to close. When I went in to work the next day, my manager told me that I was being too slow (Really? I was NEW.). The AM was always complaining about the SM, and for good reason. She told me that she found a new job, and put in her 2 weeks notice over 3 weeks ago. She had also requested to be off on the weekends, and when she saw she was scheduled for a Saturday, she just left and never came back.
For a few weeks, my SM was constantly in a bad mood and bitching about how stressed she was. She once got on my case because I had a cash pick-up (this store has the managers count out the money and take it to a safe), but then later apologized because she was "stressed."
She then got super angry with me later.