A typical day at work was going in, clocking in, and ringing up the customers. I learned how to work at a faster pace but too many people would show up that I didn't have enough time to finish all my tasks. The management wasn't very good because I asked my manager for days off, the assistant manager called me in the day I asked for a day off, and told me I HAD to work, I told her I asked for that day off and to call the main manager to make sure, the main manager told the assistance manager that I did have to work and I turned in a 2-weeks noticed and asked her to look for it, she did and the both realized they were wrong- bad management. the workplace culture wasn't great cause everyone tried to be the same. The hardest part of the job was getting pressured everyday and getting threatened with write ups if I didn't do EVERYTHING they asked, I had to do the register, fill the coke coolers, recover the isles and seasonal, and they only me and 1 other person and expected a lot from just us 2. The most enjoyable part of the job was when i worked longer and got to get a 30 minute lunch break.
very sort breaks, managers don't keep up, write ups for unnecessary reasons