Busy and lively workplace.
Pros: incentives, salary, ability to progress through company.
Cons: work to life balance.
Depending on shift worked, but based on opening shop, open shop, get tills ready for opening, find out times of deliveries, see who's on shift, see what activities/tasks have been set for the working day, and work out how they will be accomplished, and deliver/delegate the tasks at hand.
I have leant how to successfully manage a team, provide excellent – more... customer service, routines, how to complete administration tasks/stock control tasks thoroughly and correctly, how to work to deadlines, how to process deliveries and how to train staff effectively.
As a manager, I am firm but fair, but however wouldn't ask someone to do a task, that I would not do myself. How to accurately record possible issues, and deal with cash handling.
In general, my co-workers are very good at there jobs, ask what is done of them, trained to the best of standards to make sure all standards are met.
Hardest part of the job, is my work to life balance.
Most enjoyable part of the job, is working with people and giving excellent customer service, as well as working with some really good staff with promising prospects. – less