They are all different. Some are under a lot of pressure from their own corporate, some are in over their head, some have it all under control. Most understand that we are in their store to help. Unfortunately since Driveline has a bad habit of hiring anyone off the street many have gotten a lot of poor and inconsistent service so your initial encounter may be hostile. If you prove that you are there to help, to do the job, do it right, and do it consistently even the toughest of them will be most appreciative.
Some good, most hate their jobs, over worked
Answered - Master Merchandiser (Former Employee) - Tyler, TX
Great the store was my only training and they were supportive despite driveline incompetent inability to chordnate jobs but the store managers were amazing and a pleasure to work with
Answered - Merchandiser (Former Employee) - Greencastle, IN
Good, very nice.
Answered - Merchandise Associate (Current Employee) - Terre Haute, IN
Answered - Merchandiser (Former Employee) - Texas
Very nice and helpful
Answered - Merchandiser (Former Employee) - Washington, DC
Some are very sweet and outgoing others not so much
Answered - Retail Merchandiser (Current Employee) - Nacogdoches, TX