High expectations with little payout
Customer Service Associate/Cashier (現在は退職) – Parker, CO – 2018年6月11日
As a seasonal employee that transferred to a full-time/part-time position, I learned many jobs. Originally just a loader in the garden center all I was expected to learn was location of relevant products and be able to lift heavy objects for customers. Eventually I did learn that, and how to be a cashier, and how to do customer service, and how to do internet orders, and how to operate a forklift, and how to do inventory. Yet there was no pay raise and negotiating hours was needlessly difficult. Work environment usually kept a steady pace, and depending on where one worked could expect to see constant activity with little downtime. Many areas felt understaffed which led to more stressful work and more high-strung employees.
hour lunch, plus 2 15-minute breaks
strenuous hours, little flexibility in schedule