478 employees reported this benefit
I was not trained for one of the roles that I performed. I literally taught myself, which is fine because I didn't want to learn from someone who likely knew less than me anyways. But still, a national company shouldn't be so lacking as to miss this important step.
Great hands-on training with associate trainers
We have sufficient time to train for our jobs
not a great training program in place after the initial training. You are so busy you don't really have time anyway.
Left me alone most of the time to do things on my own and then called me a bad employee because they didn’t do their job right
They are great about training you in anything you want to learn.
I had someone look after my training for about a week. After that they were still there to help me out.
Not too good. On your first day they go over everything very fast and then you're just thrown into it. It's more of a learn as you go process.
The person who trained me was a friend and so that is the only reason it was decent
Trainer(s) were impatient and very "Inconsistent". One trainer would tell you one thing and another would tell you something entirely different. I noticed the trainer(s)/manager(s) would constantly being using an elevated voice tone when the trainees where wrong. It was overall horrible experience.