I was a Keyholder where the job itself was very easy. For your best results, make sure you get a manager who has an ounce of ambition - I didn't. He would leave for lunch at 1pm and come back around 4pm. Traffic at the store I was at was varied, but usually extremely slow. The company expects you reach a certain Sales Per Hour, but if you work any shift during the day traffic is so slow you weren't going to make it. If you bust your tail, jump your co-workers to get sales and make your sales goal you will earn - ready for this - ONE HALF OF ONE PERCENT of what you have sold. This means, for example, if you reach your goal of $8,500, your "bonus" would be $42.50 for that month. Woohoo! Keyholders were eventually cut back to about 16-18 hours per week.
Too few hours, horrible bonus structure