Pros: Always had fun on the job, but also serious when needed.
Cons: Our hours were always being cut to maybe a couple shifts a week.
A typical day at work for me, was going in sign in and start working as soon as I could, I wanted to get as much stuff done as possible before my shift ended. I would check our schedule and the list of things to do and start them. My manager had assigned us ( MITs) to certain parts in the store, where we would clean up, redo the walls, put new programs out, and also train the new employees in those sections and show them what needed to be done and how to do it correctly. I would also work on shipment and do the paperwork that came along with it; When my manager and assistant manager was not in, that would put me in charge of the girls and the store, so i would assign them to certain spots, and make a list of the thing's that needed to be done for that day. On sundays that i worked I would also do the morning paperwork that had to be sent to our regional manager. I would open and close the store, and if it was possible for me I would go in and cover the other girls shifts if needed. There wasn't really a hard part of the job, I really enjoyed the girls i worked with, they became like family to me, we were all like sisters to each other, that was the hardest part of leaving that job and moving.