There for almost a year. Zero training, zero guidance. Supervisor had zero ability to keep associates on task, but was held accountable if the "team" didn't help finish the work. There was zero consistency in priorities and duties. Thirty minute lunches meant zero time for errands or to run out for food. When staffing was low, supervisors were sometimes forced to stay on premises during lunch. Pay was substandard, so zero ability to make a living wage. Schedules rotated erratically, which makes for zero home/work balance. Zero integrity. Upper management resorted to name calling during a write up. Zero professionalism. I received zero written warnings in my professional career before this job. So, I was forced to give zero notice.