FT hours leave you overworked and run ragged. PT hours leave you needing a second (and possibly a third) job because you're so underworked, but then you are penalized in scheduling for not having open availability.
Minimal hours stretched between too many workers.
Answered - Floor Staff (Former Employee) - Stockton, CA
Part time only, not enough hours to pay your bills, no benefits other then discount
Answered - Stocker (Current Employee) - Palm Springs, CA
Definitely depends on your position, but very flexible, sticks to your availability and the schedule is posted a week in advance. Supervisors contact you with any issues.
Answered - Main Cashier (Former Employee) - Lakewood, CA
Depends on your position. some employees feign to be intensely absorbed in their work and stay past their shift sked, but if you clock out on time you're given the guilt trip the next day. the next week's sked is posted after you leave and there is no notification of changed days or hours. not a communicative company.
Working hours vary but aren't awful
Answered - Logistics Supervisor (Current Employee) - Oregon