A typical work day was clocking in and going to department/registers and setting up your work station or grabbing a walkie talkie. Look over your department and see what needed to be done - such as cleaning, restocking, etc.
Or in the cashier's area - making sure your register was open and had enough loose change for customers - and then get to it by calling "next" from the line to assist.
Workplace was clean and very nice coworkers. Management was also nice and made great efforts to keep us happy by providing pizza for goals reached, along with contests etc.
Benefits were hard to get due to not many people being full time. For the most part, everyone was part time.
This was the first job that I took right after I graduated college, at first it seemed like it was going to be very fun to work there, but as I kept working there I noticed how much other employees disliked working there, the customers treated them badly and the managers never really tried to resolve problems. Some shifts were either over-scheduled or under-scheduled meaning even if you weren't comfortable with doing a certain job, you'd be doing it by the end of your shift.
The salon is in the back of the store and is hard to find. I thought there would be plenty of walk ins to build my clientele. Not nearly busy enough for the amount of stylists that are there Pay is not enough to live off of.