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I work about 9.5 hours a day. I get n ok breaks or lunch. They don't give raises unless you can get into management. No benefits. You would have to pay for your own health coverage. They normally start people out about 8-8.50 an hour and don't give raises.
No breaks or lunch
I enjoyed my Boss and fellow employees and dealing with the customers. I took pride in my work ethic and abilities. The hours were flexible when needed and I worked my tail off to prove my worth.
Free food and pop
Overnight hours could get boring
I was a cashier nearly 1year . I enjoyed working over there.i learned how to operate the touch screen till . Banking money. Writing reports. Monthly staff training. Health & safety. Stock management. Fuel ordering.till balancing. Checking expiry dates. E mailing to head office . Taking fuel delivery & checking the fuel ulage. Taking pump readings.knowing bakeryproducts.&bababaking.
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Customer service is good. Serving and advising customers and taking payment. Helping customers to find the goods they want. Advising on stock amount. Ordering goods. Handling complaints or passing them on to the manager. Giving information on product and prices.
Very stressful Environment and atmosphere bad I am doing 3 people jobs including cleaning shop and toilet, filling shelves, doing barista duties,, dealing with customer and handling cashand I get minimum wage. it was not fair
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Bad place to work, No support, bad management, Avoid this place
I loved working there fun to work great boss, nice people. is a fast pace and lots to do. I started as a full time. was a walk-in use to work for the shell down the street and when I came back to town my old boss got me this job. i loved working for both of them.