Open to close most days.
Answered - Store Manager (Former Employee) - Pittsburgh, PA
Working hours are perfect, being in retail you have to understand closing at 9, does not exactly mean you leave at 9. Have to make sure the store is always corporate visit ready. Paper work, visual wise and store must be clean.
Answered - Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - Duluth, GA
Work hours are flexible
Answered - Sales/Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - Philadelphia, PA
6-2:30 are the hours I worked. They did however offer overtime. They let you pick as to if you wanted to stay after or come in early. For me it was easier to come in early so I then begin to work 4-2:30 and most every sat. Sometimes I would pick up a Sunday, not because I had to but because I wanted to. The extra hours were great, but so was being a little caught up when Monday came around.
Answered - DC Associate (Former Employee) - Indianapolis, IN
45 to 60 on average. But it was fun work
Answered - Store manager (Former Employee) - Jacksonville, FL
Scheduled on a store by store basis.
Answered - Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - Bellingham, WA
The working hours are good but if you are a manager or assistant manager it wasn't as flexiable
Answered - Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - Duluth, MN
Required to work 45+ per week.
Answered - Store Manager (Current Employee) - Indianapolis, IN
Terrible...working at a kiosk everyone needs to be reliable and end up working 60 hours a week to compensate co-workers not showing up on a daily basis.