Upper Level management not knowing what their employees do.
That everything you do is based around the company being "compliant". If you get fired in order for them to blame a problem on you, it'll happen in short order.
The training is poor and they seem to be looking to fire anyone who makes a tiny mistake.
It's quick, you've got to be aware and fast at what your doing (it was fun for me). As a cashier you've got to be on your feet so wear comfortable shoes folks!
Answered - Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) - Kansas City, MO
Dealing with people who were angry about something I had no control over (i.e. a gas pump not working).
Answered - Gas Station Attendant (Former Employee) - Rockford, IL
Everyone is so busy that it is difficult to get any cooperation.
Answered - Project Engineer, Oil/Energy Industry (Current Employee) - Wood River, IL
Disrespectful costumers and staff.
Answered - Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) - Breckenridge Hills, MO
They are going through a digital transformation. This is awesome. Except right now there is uncertainty about what it all means. This transformation is just starting.
Answered - Software Developer Intern (Former Employee) - Bartlesville, OK
Work a lot.
Answered - Operator (Current Employee) - Texas
The managmnent style.
Answered - Contractor (Former Employee) - Ponca City, OK