Written by Cashier| Manager (Current Employee) from San Antonio, TX on February 3, 2019
This is a job for kids with no bills to worry about. We get paid with direct deposit, but only IF the store owner doesn't forget to do payroll the week of. Otherwise, we'd have to go to the store and pick up physical checks. On several occasions we were paid late.
There is no official manager on site at all, just one employee by themselves everyday - more...
working by yourself (relaxing, at your own pace)
careful using the bathroom because people might walk in the store, late payment sometimes
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Written by Cashier/ Shift Leader (Former Employee) from Encino, CA on May 6, 2014
A typical day at work consists of dealing with customers (mainly children) threw out the whole day. Basic skills needed are serving, cleaning, and charging. The hardest part of working here is rude costumers.