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The company's ALWAYS understaffed so that the managers and coordinators of each department can get a bonus at the end of the year by cutting hours and keeping them under a certain threshold. I believe this is very unfair because there are many employees who are looking for extra hours but are denied just so the manager/coordinator of that department can keep hours as low as possible (again, trying to get the bonus at the end of the year). Also, understaffing departments is hard for the employees actually working in each department (esp. Front End). I believe that making the employees' jobs hard for an end of the year bonus is unfair, especially seeing that none of the employees of these departments see none of the bonus.

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The employees (and some managers too) are very cool and laid back. However, when it gets really busy, you can sense how stressed the managers can be on the Front End.

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It's a cool company to work for, but being a cashier is not the greatest, that, coupled with the fact that I was barely making $11 an hour while being a cashier for 2 years (now 17), made the job seem like it was not worth it. It isn't THAT great of a place to work, keep in mind I was only a cashier. However, there are many other jobs that start off at $12 an hour, so think about that.

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11:30pm-8am

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The opening of the Ocean store

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Still the funniest and silliest question I've ever been asked in an interview. "How would you do a project?" No setup to this question. Just hit point blank with it. Didn't like when I asked for a project they had in mind or an example. A "project" could be so many different things. Amazing!

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Yes they do drug test ALL potential employees. I just interviewed with them last week and the HR Recruiter confirmed this during the interview.

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Better opprotunity

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