Pros: flexible scheduling, weekends off
Cons: some holidays off, but required work on black friday (and thanksgiving evening), lack of overtime, no reward for completing or exceeeding project expectations
My time at Anderson started after being unemployed, then excelled to trainer in addition to being the go to fill in for other TSL's who are on vacation or wherever coverage was needed. Pay was typical for the amount worked, but the lack of raises, especially after shifting from salaried non exempt with commissions to hourly without seeing any overtime for more than a year. Typical days can start from 6a to 8a, at your discresion and occasional overnight resets and new movie release blitzes happen maybe 3x-10x over the course of a year. All associates are given iPhones to complete their work and entrusted with being capable in most retail relationships as vendors, although we function more as free labor to ensure Corporates operations are met, and 3rd party companies (such as TMobile, Pfizer and Post) needs are met. It is an enjoyable position if you are fast moving and a self starter, although stores are uncooperative in many aspects, and balancing 3 Supercenters and other small box stores (Walmart Neighborhood Market, best Buy's, Sams Club and other) can be difficult to complete everything.