A typical work day here can include many things from cashiering to stocking feed yet you won't know until you come into work that day. For that day you do whatever your task is plus whatever management adds on wheater it's their work or just something extra while doing that you are taking care of load outs for any merchandise held outdoors where you would need to load it into the customer's vehicle. They do teach you how to operate a forklift and how to fill propane which is nice and done often. Management is full of "good" people as in that they are cool outside of work but at work, they constantly put themselves first while throwing you and your out of work life under the bus. They constantly change your schedule without telling you, laze about while giving you their work, or force you to stay longer but guilt tripping you over the slightest thing, an example being if someone called out for a night shift and they want you to stay they will constantly talk about how nothing will get done if you don't stay or how you owe them due to you calling out sick that one time. The managers will also cut your hours and secretly hand other works more.
discounts, close to places to eat, good co-works