I worked there for little under 3 years. While my former co-workers where excellent people to work with, management could go better, hours tend to be very erratic and shifts unscheduled as well as very demanding in terms of workload. However management can be very understanding in terms of health. Typical work day includes the hardest part of the job, and that was : juggling working cash, stocking, and cleaning on minimum wage. Most enjoyable part of the job was working with my former co-workers who were very kind and friendly, as well as learning how to handle cash and properly stock.
very laid back and easy going. Mainly stocking shelves and working cash, managers were nice and took care of their duties. Easy to make friends with co-workers as well. Customers get mad at long lines but hard to avoid when there is usually max 2-4 people working in the whole store a good first job and great to gain cahier experience.