I loved working here. There are just a few issues I take with the company as a whole, and the owner of the franchise within this area.
DM and GMs for each store are, generally speaking, very good people. They all have flaws, and some can be difficult to work with, but at the end of the day all of my coworkers were collaborative and helpful.
The job itself is as stressful as it is rewarding. There can be big crunch to get repairs done, and if the queue isn't managed properly, you're in for 9 hours of constant high-tension crunch that may be interrupted at a moment's notice by the next customer.
The stress due to mismanagement, the pay rate (lower than industry standard), lack of hours and benefits, and some personal qualms with the managers I had prevent me from returning.
That, and the owner ONLY cares about his bottom line. The only people that will take care of you are your managers, and they can only do so much.
If you're looking to learn how to repair small devices and troubleshoot electronics in general, this is an excellent company for an entry level position. If you don't see yourself advancing, I would look for more opportunities to advance elsewhere.