A typical day working here is you clocking in & going to whatever area you were assigned to upon being hired (or if they ask you to be somewhere else). Generally you are on a register checking people out, or on the floor putting clothes back where they belong & cleaning up. I have learned how to deal with people from all walks of life, not only from the customers but also from my co-workers, although I really only see the ones who work in my area. Management is pretty good, they are pretty nice and not too too strict, but you definitely need to make sure that you adhere to the policies set forth by them, or you could get written up (which is not something you want). The workplace culture is alright, but like I said, people really only converse with others if they come into your area, or you are working together. I think the hardest part of the job is having to handle the unforeseeable circumstances, or the customers who are sometimes not so nice. But, that is something everyone deals with eventually, so that should show how simple the job really is. The most enjoyable part of the job is that they have healthy competitions, and it is a fun/easy-going environment.
Not much opportunity for a full-time position