Pros: fast passed, room for improvement
Cons: bullied, underpaid, unfair hours
When hired, I was told I was going to become an assistant manager, though when my manager came back from a vacation she hired someone else for me to train to become assistant manager.
There were a lot of restrictions on what I could or couldn't wear. I am a bigger girl and couldn't fit most of the clothes sold there but was constantly talked to for – more... not wearing a full outfit from the store.
The manager would call me names, and make jokes about me, and take extended breaks and would make terrible scheduling hours, where I was the only one who knew how to use the till, and during my 9 hour shift I was not able to go on a break because no one else could work the till.
I would at points be working a 12 hour shift, with a half hour unpaid break because there was too much to do and only be getting paid for 8 hours.
With this I decided to get a second job better suited for me, so I worked part time at both. The manager as suzy shier threatened to demote me, and although I gave her my schedule for my other job in advance she would sometimes make me work over a shift that I was needed for at my other job, causing me to call in and be late. – less