A typical day was, I clock in. After clocking in, I'll make sure to check that it was fresh coffee being made and made sure the store looked clean like it needed to be. Than, I would check the bathroom, making sure they was clean as well and made sure that all the trash was taken out. After doing so, I would go over to the cash registered and start taking customers as they came in, allowing my fellow co-worker to close their registered down so they can get ready to count and leave for the day. I would greet each customer as they came in, acknowledging them and making them feel welcome and not just as a customer. I would ask them how they day is going and was they able to find everything that they needed. what I learned at that job is that a simple greeting can go along way for a person who's really having a bed day. Management at that job was in between. I would never know when they would be fair or when they would just show favoritism. My co-workers for the most part was pretty easy to get along with. The hardest part about that job is having the truck come in and not having enough cashiers to run the registered while putting up the truck. The most enjoyable part about that job is making everyone day.
making the customers day
not having enough cashiers on truck day and lack of management