Great warehouse to gain experience but work can be slow
There are minimal opportunities for growth.
Warehouse --> warehouse manager (if available) or salesperson --> Manager in training (if available) --> Store manager (if available)
If people are moving out you will have the opportunity to occupy those positions but I believe there is a long list for those waiting to be DMs so unless you are a cut above the rest you will have to stick around for a long time.
Work is often slow with barely any customers coming in however there are periods where work is non-stop and things are flying out of the building.
Regular warehouse duties include organizing the warehouse, labelling products, assisting with inventory, pulling and inspecting products, moving floor models, reporting damaged goods and parts needed for order.
You are expected to maintain the appearance of the store so sweeping, cleaning the bathrooms/mirrors/windows and wiping down furniture falls into warehouse person duties.
All trailers are unloaded by hand or using dollies (no forklifts) and depending on your location you may not have a dock so everything must be lowered to the ground and into the building.
Quality of Life
A smaller team size means you get to know your co-workers better and changing hours due to emergencies is easier to deal with.
Overall I would say this business is a great place to work at and gain warehouse experience. The wage does lag behind other similar jobs which is why you'll probably want to move into a bigger centre at some point.