A typical day at work was clocking in, then hopping on the cash register or fixing up the store. I don't think I learned much from Savers besides how to be quicker at folding clothes (Since they don't provide plastic bags.) Management was unnecessarily rude/snappy. One manager was nicer sometimes, but thats 1 out of 3. The culture was okay. I didn't dislike most of my co-workers, but I never became more than acquainted with them. The hardest part of the job was just people being mean. One of the managers in particular was just rude all the time and yelling/demeaning the cashiers for no reason. Customers could also be very rude, but I think thats just retail. Another thing I wasn't a fan of was being on my feet all day. You're always doing something, breaks were 15 minutes and lunch was 30 minutes. It's just not for me, personally. The most enjoyable part of the job was just being around clothes + the discounts. Being there everyday I get to keep an eye on all the things coming in, then buy it after its been out on the floor for a certain period of time. I personally love thrifting though, so if you don't... i suppose the best part of the job is getting paid... and the pay isn't that great.
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