Assistant Manager/ Customer Service Advisor (Current Employee), Ormond Beach, FL – May 7, 2013
Pros: fun environment
A typical day at work includes waiting on customers, handling paperwork, making food, making bank deposits, and getting change for the store, stocking store, ordering supplies and product for the store, helping employees complete daily jobs.
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Denver, colorado – May 2, 2013
Pros: good breaks
Cons: employee benifets
Meet and handle a lot of costmers during the day I learnt and improve my costomer service skill there. Managements are great and supportive to fullfil daily goal. Team work is the most important roll in here to meet the daily sales. Also there is great diversity. The most enjoyabl thing to work there is fullfiling costmer needs and make them happy. – more... And a lot of interaction with people. – less
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Odessa, FL – May 2, 2013
Pros: 40.00 meal loan allowance
Cons: working alone, unsafe work environment
I would arrive at work and clock in. Then I would count my drawer, document it in the correct space, then start wait for the second shift to close down so I could help customers. I would then spend the next hour or two, ringing up purchases, checking in vendors, printing out lottery tickets, getting ciggaretts, properly iding people, helping customers – more... with pressing food, getting hot food for them. After I was done, and there was a lull I would go out and make fresh coffee, clean and stock the coffee bar. Then I would stock the cold sand-which case. I would rotate and take out outdated food. In between taking customers. Then I would clean and stock the soda and slurpee bar. After that I would go to the back and wash dishes, while doing a lobby check every minute or so to check for customers. After I completed the dishes I would stay up front for a little bit cleaning the oven , roller grills. I would then stock dry goods, soda breads cakes things like that. After that and in between customers I would front all the shelves and all the coolers, then I would go in the cooler and stock all that I could. Once 5 am hit I would then go make sure all my coffees were brewed and that the coffee bar was restocked and cleaned. I would then prepare the first round of roller grill food as well as hot food. In between taking customers. I would then stay on register until the next person came in, after that person clocks in , I then close the third shift/day, count my drawer, document lottery sales. Finish write offs and cdc orders.
I learned to work hard, work fast, food safety, making sure to id. My co-workers were good, but spent alot of time messing around. Management was ok. Hardest part was trying to be in so many different places while making sure no one stole from the store while I was completing one of the many tasks. Most enjoyable part would be working with people, meeting new people. – less
Floor Manager/ Sales Associate (Former Employee), Sterling Heights, MI – May 2, 2013
Cons: no healthcare or dental benefits, no lunches and not much room to grow.
A typical day at work starts with the shift change. We all have our routines but for the most part the are prioritized. First is to stock the cooler, make sure coffee station is full and clean, and the grill is rotated. Through out the shift you have maintain the stores cleanliness, stock, put orders away, and order for the following week. Most important – more... and sometimes the hardest but to me the most enjoyable is taking care of the customers. Customer service is the key to having a successful business. – less
clerk (Former Employee), Odessa, TX – April 30, 2013
Its hard to stay friendly at a job like this. People are rude and dont really care about how you feel at circumstances. Sometimes it was a good day, but its not a good job when you show up and your ready to leave.
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee), Aloha, OR – April 25, 2013
This was a very busy store but you had two people working most of the time. Management was not the best, however I had great co-workers. The hardest part of the job was working without any breaks. The most enjoyable part was working with the public.
Welding Trade School and Teacher's Assistant (Former Employee), melville, ny 11746 – April 24, 2013
I was a cashier. I gained experience in handling money and stocking for a retail atmosphere. I stocked newly delivered shipments and handled hot food. Experienced dealing with a various range of customers and it increased my people skills, as I began to understand how to handle various face -to -face interactions in a friendly manner.