its cool. they're very understanding and whatever but they're very adamant with the daily goals INDIVIDUALLY, not as a team. sales get stolen a lot then get distributed when that specific person reaches their goal. so it gets pretty unfair sometimes, then they're going to tell you to do better, when you're already trying your hardest, while the other person is just behind the register waiting for someone to buy something. You don't really get a raise, so if you're hired at minimum, expect to be that way for a while. typical day, you go to work, put stuff away, fold clothes, help customers out, if its slow and you're not making goal, then you'll get sent home.if you're closing then sucks to be you because they save everything for the closing associate. So if they opened up like a hundred boxes, best believe you're breaking them all down and throwing that all on your own. Idk it was an okay experience. Everyones cool, just not my cup of tea. nothing really hard about the job. good way to start building experiences and stuff like that. just go in and do your thing. its up to you how you make your experience.
employee discount, experience, not that hard