Work wellbeing score is 70 out of 100
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Answered October 24, 2017
New hires we were put on sales floor with hardly any or no training..
Answered July 22, 2017
It a great a lot of team work & leadership.
Answered April 24, 2017
I worked as a cashier for little over a year and quit because it rarely worked with my school schedule. I would let the managers know ahead of time if I have an exam or something important for school; however, my schedule will still show I would have to clock in. Alongside of this, hours were so rare to get. Its good seasonally because I got hours left and right without it affecting school. But right when it hit Jan 1, I worked one 4 hour shift every other week or sometimes until the following month. I was a pretty good associate, I got credits every shift and did what I was told, but still I rarely got hours. Other than that, the coworkers were really rude when I first started and kissed up a lot to the managers-- very two-faced.
Answered March 14, 2017
It sucks! Management just does care about the associates.
Answered November 16, 2016
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