I have been working drive-through cashier for close to 13 years I'm 36 now so let's say I did it when I was 16 I would say I have a very large amount of patience when it comes to people and customer service . But lately my patience has been running thin with customer if I myself being a little Snappy one thing I know it's for customers and drive-thru is that I don't think they fully understand how to drive to work I think they come to drive…
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Just started at McDonald's like 3 weeks ago and so far so good. I am still in high school so I am not full time but I like my hours tho. This lady comes in all the time and last Friday she tells me how nice I am and she hands me a dollar. I told her she doesn't need to tip me and I gave it back. My co-workers said I was crazy, but I wanted to do the right thing.
Its an ok place to work, youll start out getting good hours then tword the end of their year youll get nothing i went from 36 hours a week down to 6
Do it I loved it and I would go back to work if they was hiring
Idk I tried not to make mistakes
There are a lot of people who say Walmart is a bad place, but you know what? I like it here. The store is always clean, the customers are nice and I take pride in what I do. If you don't then who will? If you need a job stop by and apply, that's how I got mine!
I have been thinking about working with my friend who is a manager at Macy's. She said they will likely hire me if I apply because I have a lot of good cashier experience. Is it a good idea to have my friend be my boss though? Should I take the job? I really want to, but I am nervous. I love Macy's and it would be nice to have a different work environment.
I have been on about 30 interviews and haven’t got a call back on nothing except 1 and I was told that I didn’t fit the type of person they wanted to hire even tho I have over 14 years experience as a server cook and cashier. I’m trying not to lose faith and hope but it’s hard especially with bills and kids so frustrating
I’ve been working retail for a while mostly cashier but decided to branch out a bit and applied to best buy pt and ended up getting it after a phone screen and interview. I knew someone who worked there and they seemed to like it so I thought what the heck I’ll try it. Most times my favorite part of cashiering was the chatting with customers so I got pretty good pretty quick and it’s not like I’m bad at customers but I always thought of sales as…