The management when I had worked at Goodwill Houston was very poor and unorganized. Most of the managers did not communicate with each other and they were always having disagreements. Actually working as a cashier was not all that bad. Any 'bad' customers we had were pretty easy to settle down and correct their problem. At the beginning of the shift I would recount my drawer with a manager either in the office or at the register depending on the shift, and then I would proceed to check customers out and clean the front while also tidying up the clothes that I could walk to. At the end of the shift, I would log out of the computer and collect my drawer and take it to the office to be counted with a manager. I would have to count and collect data about the new goods which included sunglasses and earrings. I would also be in charge of the jewelry and just about everything at the front of the store. I got two paid 15 minute breaks and one 30 minute lunch break, only one of the 15 minute breaks was mandatory and sometimes you did not get that second break. I was trying to move up in the company and become a Pricer, which is pricing all the items that are not clothing that come in, which is a price increase and no matter how many times I requested to be moved up, they never moved me up and I was well qualified for the job.