You take the good, you take the bad..
When i started it was before the company "realignment". Before it was a great place! Everyone enjoyed their duties, came to work was willing to help out in divisions of responsibilities that were not their own and customers saw a more seamless flow. After, there was a clear division and people were told that "..that's not your job anymore". This was supposed to invigorate sales and streamline the stores. It may have worked if the scheduling was done correctly by the GM. It wasn't. This created a rippling effect that degraded the stores morale and lead to many important and key people leaving. The GM stayed locked away in her office all day she was "working" and always slipped out on the day she posted the schedule. This is a good place to work, i say. The customers are always engaging. The non-mangagement associates do their best and enjoy it as much as they can. I loved the product diversity.. Just not my management. There was no assurance or help or direction. Oh wait, there was a direction; down.