I liked several of the people that i worked with here and that was really the ONLY reason that i stayed there as long as i did. In my time there, i watched 3 managers cycle in and out, 15+ employees cycle in and out, and 1 HR person just up and leave due to poor management, stressful work environment, and overall poor-pay per what you were doing. You would start out doing basic things, then gradually learn more and more, then when you would ask about a raise for all the extra work you put in, they would tell you "you get a fair wage & will receive yearly raises" I was asked to start staying after my shifts to assemble bikes, furniture, etc & when i asked for a raise for the extra work & hours, they told me no, nad offered me 1/2 off discounts for the food-court instead. Managers were OVERLY fast paced here, mean, and if you couldn't keep up because were tired, sick, or in one girls case, pregnant, they would send you to another area where you could be "slow" or they would send you home. They have "personal lockers" there for you to store your personal belongings while at work, but you have to pay 25c daily to lock them up.
This job was NOT part time... it was full time. But they would work you 39.5 hours every week & would give you ONE warning if you went over 40hrs , then would start with write-ups after going over 40hrs after that. I had seen 2 people get "let go" over having too many hours. This is how they kept from paying benefits to anyone, because it was all "part time"
poor management, stressful work environment, not enough hours