Head Cashier Reviews

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Based on 297 responses, the job of Head Cashier has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.59 out of 5. On average, Head Cashiers are highly satisfied with their job.
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January 2019
"Happy Head Cashier."
Head Cashier in New Holland:
Pros: I am happy with where I work, my supervisors, and our staff. The store is independently owned by a local family and I worked for the husband at another store. If I have any personal or family needs, the owners work with me and all other staff. My co-workers and customers are great!
Cons: N/A
February 2015
"Get a higher education so to move to a higher paying job."
Head Cashier:
Always have a good attitude towards all customers treat them as you would like to be treated.
February 2019
Head Cashier in Tampa:
Pros: money
Cons: work environment, too much responsibilities for one person. (cashiering, hosting, bussing) when we get busy i look like a chicken running around without a head when i have a line at my register and a line at the door i’m being pulled in every direction. need more workers.
March 2019
"5 x duties for $1 more per hour than a new cashier."
Head Cashier in Phoenix:
Pros: Helping people
Cons: Lack of training
April 2019
Head Cashier in Westbank:
I love my job, I find it very rewarding, although with the minimum wage going up I feel that us long time employees that are asked to lead by example and train, and in a leadership role should be compensated , with an appropriate wage adjustment. I have worked for the company for 18 years so hopefully that will be taken into consideratation, if not I will not feel valued, making a couple of dollars more than someone who has just been put in the role.
June 2019
"I do like my job."
Head Cashier in Hyannis:
Pros: The customer base I've developed over the years working with the company is large, and I refer to them as My Customer"!
Cons: Too many tasks asked of you, while waiting on the customer.
July 2019
Head Cashier in Bay City:
Pros: Meeting all types of different people
Cons: The store I'm at now doesnt seem like they care. An it's a very dirty store. Alot of customers complained to me about the store