Overall a great job.
Pros: Nice people.
Cons: Too much pressure to sell instant credit accounts to people who don't need them.
The Bay I worked at was very run down and the management failed to put any money into reviving it. It used to operate on 6 floors but now only runs on 3 of them. It's very quiet most of the time with not much traffic going through the store, and this meant less hours for everyone, as well as less revenue. The job itself was good, it was just hard to find things to do all the time when there weren't any customers, which was 60% of the time. I found myself arranging the smallest details of the displays until the shift was up.
The managers were good for the most part as well, though they kept pushing us to sell more instant credit accounts every day, something that drove me crazy, especially when you would only get an average of 4 customers per shift. I liked basically every aspect of my job, except for the pressure to sell those I.C.'s, and a few other products they pushed you to sell.
The actual work environment was O.K., despite the physical appearance of the store to be in shambles (crumbling walls, floor tiles chipped or missing throughout the store, etc.)