Pros: friendly co-workers
Cons: healthcare, no paid lunchtime
During the time I have worked at Ross, I have learned great customer service skills, how to maintain a clean environment, as well as how to work fast and efficiently.
Because the managers always seemed strict when it came to how fast we work and how well we do our job, I put all my effort into processing items in the stock room, doing an A+ recovery and providing the customers with a fast and friendly check out.
My co-workers were always friendly and helpful. Whenever help was needed, they'd be there to assist me. Moreover, if I ever had trouble with a customer, they would be sure to help me control the situation.
The hardest part of the job was working the stock room. We had to move large, heavy boxes, pull out all of the items placed inside, and process them. We were always on a schedule so we had to move extremely fast. Anyone who wasn't fast enough would be placed in a different position such as, fitting room associate.
The most enjoyable part of the job was helping out customers. I love to make sure the customer is satisfied with what they are purchasing and that they know where specific items in the store are.