It was a great job for when I was going to school
Key holder/Supervisor (Former Employee) – Lethbridge, AB – 27 February 2017
There really was no typical day, most days were variable. The shifts ranged from cashiering, to putting away merchandise, to breaking down skids, to doing the cash reconciliations in the morning or at night. The shifts could be spent doing just one, or all of these things, depending on the season. I learned to be very flexible. It was fun to learn all the stores banking and cash systems, it served me well in my later jobs in life. I also learned a lot about being a cashier. The manager was really awesome, she worked around everyone's schedules nicely, and helped around the store just like everyone else. The hardest part of the job was finding something to do on a slow day. The most enjoyable part of the job was being around a group of girls that I got really close to. I still go in there today and have friends that work there and I visit with them and catch up.