A typical day at work would be clocking in, signing into your register, and checking out customers. The most enjoyable parts of working at BI-LO was the weekly pay, 5% associate discount, 30-minute meal breaks, and friendly co-workers. The hardest parts of working at BI-LO as a cashier were being constantly short-staffed, having to do the work of other people, having to do a lot of things at one time, using outdated equipment that breaks down during peak shopping times, and unorganized management. Another thing I had to deal with was rude customers who would talk down to me and other cashiers. On the other hand, there were a lot of regular customers who would come in and were really nice. All in all, working at BI-LO was good short-term, but it wasn't something that I could do long-term.
5% associate discount, 30-min meal breaks, weekly pay; nice co-workers
Stressful work environment; unorganized; rude, disrespectful customers