Always morning shifts, usually 5-9. For the most part, it's a nice quiet job without too much hassle. However, from September-December the Holiday season is complete chaos. Hours become longer and you have to work with guests in the store - so nothing gets done. That can be very frustrating. Training was also poor, but it's not a hard job to get the hang of. Overall it's a great culture, great people, and great management. This job certainly won't pay the bills where I'm from, but it's a good way to make some extra money on the side.
Frustrating expectations during Holiday season