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I had very friendly coworkers. If you stick with it and work hard, the management track pays well. The company pays for recreational sports tournaments against other stores as well as an annual trip to an amusement park. You also get free food every shift so you spend a lot less on food per week.
Assistant Managers and Managers in training are put under a lot of pressure. Some of these people did not handle the stress well and employees on their shifts were treated poorly because of it. Also, the job is tough from day 1. There is a lot to learn and you are constantly being trained in new positions. This can be very stressful because since you are always learning you very rarely have an easy shift doing something that is easy for you. Last, I was very tired after almost every shift. This job takes a lot of energy out of you.
Advice to Management
Management in training needs to learn to treat employees well (as well as customer). Prioritize this and happy employees will work hard and run a smooth shift for you. The company seems to acknowledge this, and the store managers and more experienced assistant managers always treated me well, but I had some horrible shifts with some of the managers in training. I would suggest giving them less responsibility and always having the store manager leading when the managers in training are actually training.