If you're looking for a part-time job while going to school or just to keep busy, this is a great place to work. People are really kind and polite for the most part and pay is above average in my opinion. Safety is a big priority and there is always opportunity to learn new things, if you are a hard worker. The hardest part can be dealing with customers who don't understand store policy and think they are god and think that they are always right.. but I guess you would see this in a lot of customer service jobs.
When I first started it was great but after I graduated it started to go down hill. I didn't know what I wanted to do as a career after I graduated so I decided I might as well try to move into a higher position in the company. This at first was a good experience, people were open to teaching me new things and always kind. When I finally got the position I had been working towards things changed. My manager knew I could do his job so they just wouldn't show up for work and of course I felt like I needed to do it because well.. who else was going to? Anyways, I ended up quitting because management was awful. My managers bosses wouldn't do anything when I looked to them for help so I left and glad I did.