An ok part time job if you need one, not worth the stress or time if you want anything else
Team Member (Former Employee) – Saugus, MA – June 9, 2019
Part time you get maybe 15-25 hours a week if you're lucky at minimum wage, which is not enough to support yourself anywhere in the area. No real benefits for part time other than PTO. All about sales numbers and getting people to sign up for coupons and emails. More often than not you'll be doing the workload of multiple people by yourself. Zero room for advancement and a stressful environment with little reward on top of that. Always short staffed and a revolving door with new employees. Co-workers are generally friendly and very approachable and make dealing with everything else slightly less painful. Constant problem with sales not being displayed and coupons that you can almost never use. It's a good position if you're in school or need extra money but not something you could live off.
Co-workers are great
Poor hours, management is hit or miss, no room to advance, short staffed
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Not a bad place, just burnt out
Fabric Cutter & Cashier (Current Employee) – New Braunfels, TX – July 18, 2019
It's not a bad place to work at, just after two years there my level of satisfaction is draining faster and faster every day. My rate of $7.90/hr is not helping me pay my bills anymore since I have gone back to school as well as coving my phone and car bills.