I mainly did cashiering, if I wasn't on the cash register, I was usually putting merchandise back where it belonged, helping customers by answering any questions they might have & just making sure they found everything okay, didn't have any trouble shopping. I even worked in the early mornings sometimes with the early morning shipments before the store opened with stocking the shelves with new merchandise, and putting hard tags on everything.
Management wasn't bad, I never had an issue with a Manager while I worked at Ross.
Co-Workers were another story. Most of them were rude, and I did have an issue with one of the Supervisors who was supposed to be training me when I first got hired. She didn't give me any guidance, and she was always really rude, so I had to figure everything out on my own for the most part, it seemed like a very "every man/women for his/her self" type of environment.
Nothing was hard about this job, it was fairly easy for me.