Good place to start learning, probably not a career to follow
Cashier (Former Employee) – Warner Robins, GA – October 25, 2018
A typical day at work would start with punching in you card and then manning the cash register. As the foot traffic slows down, we start to check inventory, clean the store, and order inventory as needed. The manager was great and really patient in teaching me how the job should be performed. The manager also gave me other duties such as handling cash, logging in sales information in spreadsheets, and even trusted me with depositing money into the bank (every now and them). The workplace culture was laid back mostly. The manager was strict when it came to actual work, and expected things to be done in a timely manner, but if the traffic was slow, the manager allowed some down time to relax. The hardest part of the job was dealing with difficult customers. The place where I worked didn't help that at all, as in there were quite a few customers that came into the store with bad moods/attitudes. What I enjoyed the most was working and learning with my manager. To be completely honest, if the manager was not good, this job would have be horrible. There is almost no way to advance your career in this job so it definitely is a temporary job to learn, improve, and prove yourself.