I started this job after losing my other job to make it through the end of high school. From the start, it didn't seem like this was going to be a job that I stayed at for a long time. The management and other senior employees constantly helicoptered over me, nitpicking everything I did and making me feel like I wasn't doing anything right. This happened up until the day I quit. I found that I did enjoy working with some of the staff and we were able to get things done. However, when I was with other parts of the staff, I was unable to get anything done. By the end, other coworkers and I noticed that I had a lot on my shoulders. I was doing everything in the store and more and it got to me. The management was a mess most of the time. I would notice that some of the management would just go into the back room and not come out for hours. Management would also do anything they could to stay away from the registers because "they were busy." Half the time, the management did nothing to help the employees. Almost seeming that having to do their job was hard. Most of my problems are not with the job or the things I had to do. Most of my problems were in the terrible management. If you need a starter job, I highly recommend it. But don't stay for long and find somewhere that will treat you better, because you won't find it here.
Some of the staff is cool, good for learning basics of retail work
Management sucks, workload can be too much, constantly understaffed