Pros: friendly work environment, tightly knit community
Cons: short hours
A surprisingly well-oiled machine. Perhaps that was mostly attributed to the solid team of managers that worked very well together. The associates were friendly and welcoming; easy to be integrated into the culture and community.
Hard part of the job was getting good at it. It was easy to pick up the theory behind the training, but learning to multi-task while acknowledging customer needs was certainly a difficult challenge to overcome.
The most enjoyable part of the job was the first pick/peek of new products and seeing corporate decisions trickle down to the retail level.