Q: What is it like working as a Cashier?
Cashier in Bronx:
Pros: Flexibility. A lot of employees. Close to home.
Cons: Minimum wage. A lot of hard labor. A lot of responsibilities and tasks.
Cashier in Loudon:
Pros: Great flexibility with scheduling which goes down as you go higher in the pay chain. Management isn't always bad, they are usually helpful.
Cons: The pay doesn't make it as worth it if it has to include the always high stress and the constant feeling of being rushed and no perks no discounts on anything.
Cashier in Nashville:
Cons: I have a lot of responsibilitys.
Cashier in Flagstaff:
Pros: Helping customers and communicating with the store and corporate offices to give customer satisfaction.
Cons: Inability to provide customers with best customer service due to lack of training.
Cashier in Lanham:
Pros: I like that my hours are shortened to align with my student schedule.
Cons: The breaks are very limited. It's hard to relax on break because I know in a few minutes time it will all be over.
Cashier in Greenwich:
Pros: I like the people I work with, I like most of the customers and I'm familiar with the routine.
Cons: I don't like how some customers treat me. And how I have to stand on my feet all day, it is very stressful sometimes.
Cashier in Provo:
Pros: Good customers and co-workers.
Cons: Customers that get mad.