This was a summer job for multiple years trying to put some money in my pocket. Generally, management was friendly and the co-workers there made the work easy. Due to its location, the store was a prime tourist spot, especially in the summer. This would pose interesting issues including language barriers and customer volume. For most of my tenure there I was a closing employee, whose responsibilities were, for the most part, to reorganize the store for the next morning. I really enjoyed this facet of my job because I functioned better at night as I am not a morning person, and the store closed halfway through my shift, so customers were not really around at closing time or after.
If I had one constructive tip to offer: management should have found a better way to allocate their employees for closing purposes. Some areas of the store were messier than others, and management should have employed a command-and-conquer technique rather than deploying them all to different parts of the store.
management allocated labor resources inefficiently