Pros: Employee discount, clear roles
Cons: short breaks, few to no health benefits, low pay
-On a typical day at Ross, assist patrons, employees would manage the cash registers, tidy up the displays and merchandise, attend the dressing room, place return items back on the racks, and answer phones.
-While working there I learned how to work quickly and perform many different tasks at the same time.
-Ross's management was fairly understanding and easy to talk to if one were having issues with a task.
-Overall, my co-workers were easy to get along with and I didn't have any problems working with them.
-The hardest part of the job was that you still had numerous responsibilities to fulfill even on the busiest of days and it was often understaffed
-The work schedule was very flexible as long as you made sure to request days off in advance.