A typical day at work for a cashier at fleet farm is a little different than any other cashier because you deal with farm stuff, automotive, grocery, hunting, camping items, batteries (ex: car batteries), and so much more). What I learned is that some customers do not care that you are human, some think that you are nothing and will treat you like you are nothing but you can not let that get to you. You can call management over if it does bother, and they can handle it, so if it does escalate, you are safe. Management was mostly great, there were some managers who shouldn't be managers because they let the power of being a manger go to their head. The workplace culture is kind of hard to explain because not everyone got along, you either did or you didn't, no in between. The hardest part was lifting heavy batteries to engrave for customers. The most enjoyable part of the job was that there was a lot of frequent customers and they were usually the nicest customers.
Heavy batteries to engrave