Written by Lead Cashier/Sales Associate (Current Employee) from Tucson, AZ on November 9, 2018
On a typical day employees that work in the front of the store, as I did, will come in at 730 and begin putting out new merchandise. After a quick group meeting and daily prayer the store would unlock its doors at 9 am. Depending on the day employees spend there time rotating new and old stock or putting go backs away when they are not helping customers. - more... The job is fairly simple the hardest part was standing for a 6 hour shift. The worst part of this job is that it is a training facility and they try to get someone relocated in a little over a year. - less
ProsAt the end of your training they offer 6 paid weeks of job searching.
ConsIt is only part time as well as being tempoary