Cashier/Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 2 December 2013
Starting a day at work being a Cashier/Merchandiser would normally start with Merchandising; finding a aisle that needs to be merchandised and begin working. You would unload the product, price it and put it on the correct shelf. If the other cashier on till got busy, or it was time for them to leave, you would need to go on till. Jobs on till include working with cash and assisting people find items and the prices of them. Other jobs of a cashier would be to stock the candy shelves and work around the till. Along with cleaning the till area and counters.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 22 November 2017
As a former manager working there from the bottom up it’s very hard to move up a lot of a** kissing to do there’s so many flaws working for this company there pay sucks there benefits suck there raises suck they push you like a labor worker and bark at you like a dog when somethings not done right and unless your the same colour as anther manager the others don’t help you out at all if needed they make u go to other store fix there mess up they cut hours all the time there’s no balance between work life and home life.thumbs down to this company