I can honestly that I enjoyed my coworkers and flexibility with my national guard schedule, but that is where the good things ended for me. A job that pays roughly 10.50 an hour and expects you to operate a register system, operate powered equipment (including forklift) inventory, cycle count, cut glass and plexiglass, re-key locks (locksmith work) cut wood and chain, to make keys, provide customer service, downstock merchandise, load heavy merchandise, ect. The work is simply not worth the pay and getting a raise is worse than pulling teeth.
Management never backs you up and creates a customer mentality that expects discounts if they complain enough.
Advancement only for favorites and is not based on merit at all. A coworker of mine who had worked for them for 10 years applied to be a sales specialist and was passed up by a temporary employee who had no experience and had been with the company for 4 months. Stay away from here and don't become a part of the toxic and lazy culture.
Some cookouts, can get away with anything and not get fired (unless a manager doesn't like you)
Culture of laziness, low pay, will not give 40 hours even if you are full time.