Your experience depends upon management, employees/associates and store location.
When I first got started working for the company, it didn't seem like it was all that much trouble. Maybe it was because I was new and didn't notice as much but, the longer I stayed the more I noticed; depending upon the management (both over the store and the district) and the employees, the experience you have can, and will, change. Budget restrictions, lack of proper equipment/supplies, Ill-mannered managers, a few poor managerial decisions, unprofessional/unreliable employees and unreasonable expectations on the relatively small number of employees working in a store that size can sour an experience. However, for a starting job, or a part-time for a student earning money for paying for school fees, BILO is an adequate place to work, and you can make some great connections and learn some great lessons. This is obviously most jobs but, just keep in mind; it's not just the company but, the people who run it and work in it.
5 - 10% employee discounts on food purchases
Unreasonable expectations on employee performance at the store.