a typical day at work for me would be getting cash bags from cash control, opening up my locations with my staff, assignment of cash bags, making a break schedule, going on break myself, coming back from break and doing what needs to be done for the day- stocking, ordering, making weekly schedule, keeping track of sales and budgets.
my co workers make the job really fun when we all get together at the end of our shifts and talk about our successes.
the hardest part of my job is probably ensuring all staff follow the guest service policies. kindness cannot be taught so teaching by example sometimes can be difficult- especially when you are dealing with 15 y/o's at their first job.
the most enjoyable part is seeing all your hard work come to life. whether its a new table display or something as big as getting visual merchandising ideas come to life.
ive learned responsibility, hands on work, working under pressure, giving my all even when i want to stop, being able to resist bullying, being able to take constructive criticism and even give it back when needed.