87 employees reported this benefit
There was an excellent job training with Computer Based Testing.
I think I could have used more training.
you get bare minimum training to learn the job,
The job training was very haphazard
Job training consisted of a bunch of modules that you had to complete while you were on the clock. For me I was usually on the register by myself and had to do these modules and check out customers even when it was busy.
They do train you. But every location is different. Not all are great trainers.
There is no training other than watching three days worth of mind numbing videos.
This is half hands on, half computer. Unfortunately while you ware paid for watching training videos, you often have to watch them at the front between customers on antiquated equipment that likes to freeze and error so you have to restart the computer and the training course. Also management teased me for taking notes and wanted me instead to go through the videos as quickly as possible. The hands on portion, people are much more patient, though they have a small assortment of terminology for you to pick up, that some feel you should already know. The most important is "Facing" or basically straightening the shelves by lining all the products neatly at the frontmost part. Also know which term your manager wants you to use for a register pick up, shouting about large sums of money on the intercom is a touchy subject.
The training varies based on who the trainer is but there is no set training time so almost 100% is on the job, train as you go, training which often results in under trained staff because they wont know how to do something until they encounter that thing for the first time.
Very little if any training. They sit you down in front of a computer and have you watch lame videos all throughout your employment. Of course, most of the time you don’t get scheduled time to work on them.