One of the reasons I left was because they would schedule you to stay until a certain time, and then keep giving me 5 minute jobs until I missed or was late for whatever I had scheduled for after work. They frequently kept my 2 and 3 hours past scheduling to do extra things for closing without even asking if I could and then would cut me off at the end of the work week to prevent overtime so there was no perks or extra compensation for all the unexpected late days. But that kind of thing really varies from store to store depending on management.
It depends if there is a full crew of 7, if there is only 4 hands, then we will all work 50+ hours
Answered - SALES ASSOCIATE (Current Employee) - Alice, TX
The working hours are good.
Answered - Contract IT Specialist (Former Employee) - Austin, TX
Allowed to work hours needed to complete job.
Answered - Regional Human Resources Manager (Former Employee) - Austin, TX
BAD, Management makes different schedules at their convenience.
Answered - Store Manager (Former Employee) - Miami, FL
40 hours per week
Answered - coach, train, and motivate retail sales team (Current Employee) - Houston, TX
It depends on your store manager and assistant manager. Mine go on vacation every 6 weeks and do not consider anyone but themselves and the assistant managers personal life and other responsibilities when creating the schedule. They even keep us after we're scheduled to be off to do petty tasks and projects that can wait without even asking or apologizing, and it doesn't lead to overtime because the original schedule always leaves 2 or 3 hours of slack in case they want to keep us late unexpectedly.
Answered - Pawn Broker/Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Webster, TX
Unfair you work between 30 to 40 hours but they expect you to work your job and the job of other staff that do not currently work there
Answered - Sales and Lending Associate (Former Employee) - Henderson Nv.
Grueling as a mgr
Answered - mgr (Former Employee) - Corpus Christi, TX
I am salary and last year I worked 3704 hours. 52 weeks at 48 hours is 2490 hours. In October of 2016 I was not given a raise. I am tired and ready to move on.
Answered - Manager (Current Employee) - Corpus Christi, TX