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I work for only 3 days . Don't like it . Team was not verry friendly . I did my best to have spirit team . I felt there was a barrier with me . And no training . When I served a costumer for a ligne cosmetic i call my coll├Ęgue to help but she took the sell . We could have share or with the next costumer . It's normal at days u don't know and u need to ask . DInt feel it was my place . Pass training only for cash and I like better my day doing service costumer . She was nice . Thank god I'm out of there .

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Again the point system is not that good more money for my bucks having only 10 points per $1.00 well nut that good any more the cost of living is bad and so is trying to seviving.

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My store often schedules people only 3 or 3.5 hours so they don't have to give them breaks. Most people get 4 or 5 hour shifts. Full-timers are obviously 8 hours. Because we're only open 9-6 Saturdays and 10-6 Sundays, supervisors are scheduled for the whole day, which sometimes I find kind of long. Holidays are 9-6 and insanely busy, and that's a really long day.

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As a cosmetician you get paid for the training at the store. If you're going off site, it's their choice if you get paid or not. You usually get free cosmetics when you attend.

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Help your customer and should respect the culture all of them (customer and worker).

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They give the minimum of vacation by law (2 weeks- year for the first 5 years; then 3 weeks for the next 5 years.....they could be flexible it depends of the owner pharmacist. mine they did not authorise ANY any days off without salary. People who needed 4 weeks on the firts 5 years they had to resign an come back (they agree with that)

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Needs to for pharmacynot for cashier

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It's best job and good place

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