The staff is great to work with, but, though my job requires me to train the new hires, I was never properly trained myself. The job sometimes have us working in dangerous conditions and issues would not be fixed in weeks or months. Even when something is obviously wrong to the point that customers would notice it—like soap not getting dispensed through the wash—we are required to stay open. Without a manager to guide us or help us, being the only location without a dedicated manager too, it's tough. It's an interesting first job experience, one that I've learned a lot from. One good thing I got from this was learning to get over my social anxiety.
1 hour lunch break, friendly staff
dangerous conditions, terrible management