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10 days ago

FOOD SERVICE FOREMAN

AAFES Cannon AFB, NM

SUPERVISES A SHIFT OPERATION IN A FOOD ACTIVITY OPERATION. 1.SUPERVISES THE PREPARATION AND SALE OF FOOD ITEMS DURING AN ASSIGNED SHIFT. RECEIVES… Glassdoor


10 days ago

Food Service Worker

AAFES Cannon AFB, NM

G. MAY PREPARE PIZZA TO ORDER BY ADDING SAUCE, CHEESES, MEATS, ETC., TO A… Glassdoor


10 days ago

STORE ASSOC

AAFES Cannon AFB, NM

SELLS A VARIETY OF MERCHANDISE TO CUSTOMERS USING SALESMANSHIP AND COURTESY. MAY OPERATE A CASH REGISTER OR OTHER SALES RELATED EQUIPMENT; BALANCES… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

STORE ASST

AAFES Cannon AFB, NM

SELLS A VARIETY OF MERCHANDISE TO CUSTOMERS USING SALESMANSHIP AND COURTESY. EXPLAINS TECHNICAL OR ARTISTIC DETAILS NECESSARY TO REALIZE FULL… Glassdoor


13 days ago

SR STORE ASSOC

AAFES Cannon AFB, NM

SELLS A VARIETY OF SPECIALIZED MERCHANDISE TO CUSTOMERS USING SALESMANSHIP AND COURTESY OR SERVES AS A CUSTOMER SERVICES REPRESENTATIVE. MAY PERFORM… Glassdoor


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    Okay for mil spouses I guess.

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    Former Employee - Hardlines, Cashier  in  Cannon AFB, NM
    Former Employee - Hardlines, Cashier in Cannon AFB, NM

    I worked at Army and Air Force Exchange full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    AAFES was awesome for me at the time. I was a young military spouse in school and stuck in the middle of nowhere. They didn't pay the greatest because of some federal restrictions that make it so they can't compete with civilian stores like Walmart. It really wasn't too bad of a place to work I guess. I was good at the job, not that it required much skill. I was fantastic at selling electronics :P Cashiering isn't overly complicated. The stores aren't usually too massive. They can help you get a job if you PCS to another base. I worked with some awesome people who had similar experiences as me, a military brat and now spouse. Sometimes in civilian jobs, other people don't "get" your struggles and it's frustrating.

    Cons

    They did this shifty thing with everyone who was hired at the same time as me. We weren't "permanent" employees, even after months. They didn't have to give us benefits or anything :/ Even though my manager was a lazy POS, he was still "totally loved" by the important people in charge of all the facilities. I never could get time off because I wasn't a permanent employee and was new. I worked my butt off and always came in on days off, stayed late, came in early, etc. and instead of being recognized for my hard work, was told I wasn't supposed to work overtime. Um, tell the managers to call someone else then!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop playing favorites. You have had some awesome hourly employees and the shift leads/assistant managers take credit for everything.

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