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Management was unprofessional, I was threatened to be written up for making mistakes instead of being trained on sandwich station. I worked midnight's 11pm-7am and often didn't leave until 9 or 10am doing jobs not in my description. My manager often ran out of the store before I was able to ask her any questions.
I was told to call in an hour before my shift of I was sick, I got written up because apparently it was 3 hours.

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By Answering all the questions they ask if you Apply on line

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Not enough hours. Hired more people while I was there. All about sales but who is going to run the place. Go through to many staff.

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4pm - 10pm is the great part time for students

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They were short staffed when I applied so I got hired on the spot. The interview was super easy as well. Keep in mind though that you're still not fully hired after the interview because you are on probation until the end of three months. They mostly just asked questions like "How did you hear about this position?" and "Why are you interested?" "What can you offer?" and super basic stuff.

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Practicing before time understanding what the job of.

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Help with overtime and balance their duties

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Only if you become an assistant manager.

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