I would get to work and have a sales rally which let me know how the store has been doing that day and what our goals were as a store. I would then go out on the sales floor and help customers if they needed anything. If I was closing I would lock the doors and start straightening up the store for the next day.
When I was hired a year ago, the working conditions were tolerable. I enjoyed working with my supervisors and co-workers, and it was easy enough to make production on a good day. Since then, several machines have deteriorated so badly, they do not function properly anymore. maintenance has done what they can to keep the machines running, but upper management refuses to spend money on a building, currently taking the influx of 2 distribution centers. It has become nearly impossible to make and keep production standards, and yet workers are still being reprimanded, coached, even fired for lack of production. However, there are a few good things. My supervisors are good people that are doing their best to help us. They recognize and praise good work ethic, and seem to care about us as individual people. Over-all, It is a good place to start in the workforce. It promotes hard work, and the salary is very decent.
Promotes honest hard work. Decent wages.
Deteriorated machinery. Short breaks. Difficult and dirty working conditions