Over worked. Under paid.
I was able to work with my bosses and management to create a schedule that worked around and alongside my class schedule. My first months working there, I worked no more than eight hours a week because my classes were very demanding, but during the last six months of my employment there I worked forty hours every week.
Answered - Team member/Manager (Former Employee) - Dunwoody, GA
Good, if you need more hours they do their best to schedule you
Answered - SALES ASSIOCATE (Former Employee) - Tuscaloosa, AL
Long hours with usually a 30 minute break
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Appleton, WI
Part time (about 20 hours)
Answered - Crew Member (Former Employee) - Mobile, AL
The working hours were flexible because I was in college. I am not sure how flexible the work hours would be for someone who is not attending high school or college.
Answered - Cashier/Decorator/Baker (Former Employee) - Panama City Beach, FL
Great! My manager worked with anything I had going on and I had ample time to maximize the amount of money I could make with respect to my level of experience and other's needs schedule wise!
Answered - CUSTOMER SERVICE REP (Former Employee) - Greenville, SC
You won't get more than 20 hours a week when you start working there but as you advance in skills you will.
Answered - Assistant Store Manager (Current Employee) - Orange Park, FL
Working Hours are about 45 week
Answered - General Manager (Former Employee) - Biloxi, MS
The working hours were very acceptable. They work with your schedule as much as possible. I was in the mall so we worked around the malls schedule.
Answered - Shift Leader/Cashier (Former Employee) - Greenville, SC