57 employees reported this benefit
All depends on who you get training you
Job training is typically many modules on an online computer program called “Learning Cart” you watch videos about things such as Safety, 5s, running register, and other general things about the store and your position. Then you answer questions and must pass a quiz to continue. Then your hands on training starts. You will shadow an experienced cashier learn techniques to work effectively, quickly, and correctly in order to do well at your job. After a day or two of shadowing, you will be given your own register and run by yourself.
The online courses are a little boring but they are standard for any company.
Job training was easy, computer mostly
Employee store knowledge and costumer interaction experience.
You just get in there and do it. No training really
It is mostly learn as you go or more accurately, learn as you make mistakes with little to no guidance.
Best case scenario, you'll learn half the things you need to actually do your job, the rest is up to your ability to observe and ask questions, or you'll be seen as incompetent within a couple months.
Their training consists of a computer module. Unfortunately 3/4 of the information isn't pertinent to the job. You don't actually get trained on how to run the register, you stand beside someone who rings things up, and if there is time you get to ask questions. Then they throw you on a register and hope for the best.
Best is you have 8 weeks of training. Bad part is they will pull you out of training early to support stores and do not finish training.