The hours are long, the hourly wage is the bare minimum, the manager is rarely there. It's incredibly slow, sometimes barely making enough a day to cover your own pay for the night. If you're in high school and/or you don't really need the money and you're just looking for something to do, it's alright I suppose. If you're hoping to pay your bills, look for a different job. You get minimum wage with no advancement. If the registers are short, you have no idea who did it because it's all on whoever is closing. Not allowed to sit down unless on break and you're supposed to always be moving through the store and straightening things (which is hard when sometimes you go three hours without a single person coming in). It's not a very diverse range of employees, even though many people of color put in applications. The people I work with are lovely, but management and ownership is lacking. It feels like you aren't trusted or valued as an employee. There's a high turnover rate and from what I've seen it's people quitting rather than being fired because it's difficult to deal with the people on the management/ownership side, although most of the customers I've dealt with have been alright. I never received a single paystub or pay statement, even after repeatedly asking, which feels sketchy on a legal level. Overall, I wouldn't recommend it.
Nice coworkers, slow-paced, 25% discount on non-sale merchandise
Long hours, short breaks, no opportunity for advancement, federal minimum wage, always working holidays and weekends