I would love to say that I love my job, I love the customers. Working for AT&T is miserable, some days are worse than others. It's corporate's fault. My store is a very small store in a very small town, the goals set for us by our district manager are unrealistic for what little traffic we get in store, my hours are great, but I won't get my commission if I don't sell at least one direct TV a month, which in my small town, it's practically impossible to do. So not only will I be written up for not selling direct TV, you have to sell a certain amount of everything to reach goals. Now, as I said. I love our customers, most of them are older folks who just need help with their phones and that's perfectly fine. They're sweet and cute. I am very thankful to even have a job, this job has been a blessing until recently. I'm sure that working for a store like this in a larger city would be great, but this small store will never be able to reach the impossible goals set. It's just me and my boss here and my schedule gets thrown around, I won't have two consecutive days off soon, which- I'm a kid. There's nothing I can do with just one day off, I can't travel, I can't do anything. I am miserable and I never used to be that way here until they made everything so unrealistic and impossible.
An Hour lunch, I guess