I was initially hired as a "seasonal worker" when Bon-Ton (Boston Store) first started the liquidation process, due to the fact that Boston needed to sell as much as they possibly could in a short amount of time, they had to hire new workers to help compensate for the lost hours when employees started to quit. An average day would consist of grabbing shoes for customers (also checking to see if we have different sizes, if that was the request from the customer), cleaning up/arranging shoes to be display worthy, moving boxes from the stock room and putting them on the sales floor, cleaning up trash that people would leave behind, and also, I would give price checks as well as check customers out.
Gap always has a sale going on, thus meaning when I clock-in, I would have to meet with the manager whom schedule I was under, and would have to get debriefed on all of the up-to-date information, this was done so that all of the associates would be on the same page, as far as knowing about current up-to-date sales. At Gap, an average day would vary, it all would depend on where you were zoned for that shift. Due to me having prior cash handling experience, I would usually get zoned in cash wrap (cashiering), there have been a handful of shifts where I would have to stand in the front and greet and welcome in customers, or straighten up displays. When I would work a closing shift, me and whomever was scheduled with me on that night, would stay an hour past closing just to straighten up the store and make sure everything was up to par for opening in the morning.
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