A typical day...huddle, assignment of work stations, then production. Meeting daily production goals as well as sales goals, cleaning up after customers many times a day.
I learned alot about how this place is run. Not because we were trained well, but everyone quits and you have to fill in the slack!
Culture? Putting people to work is a great thing Goodwill does for our community with the career center. I'll give them that. It's too bad that no one wants to work at this store. In this small town, everyone has already heard about the bad store management. The environment is filthy, management talks smack about customers and employees and no changes are ever made to make this a better store. No one cares about anything here.
The hardest part of the job was meeting high production numbers with half a crew. And Terrible managers who have no right being in those positions.
I'd have to say the most enjoyable part of the job was seeing some really cool things that were donated. Too bad, by the time we were able to buy them, those things were sold.....or suddenly disappeared. Yeah.
The stress and being talked down to isn't worth the pay!