I was hired with the company as a shift manager in the store but did not accept the position. I declined this position after learning (by accident) about the district manager program in which you only need a Bachelors degree. In the program, you have to complete one year of training in the store, where you will perform every duty possible to learn the business of running a store. Afterwards, you move on to the DM position, where you also get a company car, 80,000 salary, cell phone, etc. This is great and all but if you are interested in this opportunity, DO NOT accept a store management position. You will not be able to work your way to the DM program. You will be able to move up to the warehouse as a manager but that is all. Either you begin as a DM or not. Also, if you're hired as a shift leader, this is dependent upon days worked. If you are scheduled for four days, you may only be scheduled as a manager for 2 or 3. So, you will only make $17ph on these days, and the other day(s), you will get associate pay of $12ph.The way the structure is set up makes it not worth it if you are seeking to move up. If you are looking to move up with this company via management, id say pass because you either begin there or not.
Short breaks. YOU are the store. Only two associates per shift, Maybe 3.