The best part was the co-worker team members, and most of the customers
Corporate pressure to make budget detracts from desire just to help customers verses trying to push sales.
Store manager and one assistant were great at making their schedule work for their private life, and to extend their lunch breaks by leaving the store to purchase lunch and clocking out upon return to have their full allotted time to have their food.
There was one assistant manager who made a huge difference. She did not follow the practices of the other management personnel. She was gracious, helpful, and lived by the same protocols that were expected of the others. I believe she moved on to another store as a manager, and that store's employees got the best candidate.
The job was a good introduction to some store management understanding.