Pros: pretty good pay, flexible with school
Cons: disorganized management, coworkers are lazy, breaks, no weekends off, hard to move up
I'm a morning Stocker, so basically I go in and stock whatever needs to get stocked at work. Being there for 1 year and 8 months has been interesting. Its nice that they care about their employees and pay you well and stuff, but I'm 21 and tend to work harder than a lot of people who have been there for years and are lazy by over-relying on you, and I'm one of few people there going to school. Management is alright, but could use some work. It took them 2 months to replace someone from our department which just means more work especially since its physically demanding. Plus you basically have to give your life to them if you want to move up. For me, they never give you weekends off unless you book it off, which i understand is their policy but at the same time doesn't seem just if they can't "hire" people at times.
hardest part of the job is some of the people you work with but its a job, I don't go there to make friends, I just do what needs to get done. The most enjoyable part is some people there make you feel at home which is nice, and satisfaction to the work you do.