Take good notes and be flexable to change
Curious whether those of you who work in coffee shops (Starbucks, Dunkin’ Donuts, etc.) have found mobile ordering to make your daily jobs better or worse? Why?
towards the end had to to read the maranda...in the beginning forgot a couple of times
Don't beleive anything they promise you
Make sure you can handle high pressure, metric driven sales. All that counts is number of calls. Management is VERY controlling and hyper involved in day to day decisions while remaining off site. Lots of promises that fail to materialize. New commission structure makes it very hard to earn good money and mgmt removes accts when you reach a certain level of income despite telling reps that there is no income cap.
If you care about your community and loving to work at fast pace job and working with people, step in and you will love it otherwise there might be other jobs that might suite you.
At this job I feel like a teacher seeing his/her students become engineers, attorney and doctors.
I hired many high school students coached them guide them at work and seeing them become successful in their field, that's my rewards.
When we had the storm alert week prior to the storms. I triple our inventory perhaps we could have more sale.
Also knowing the gas delivery bucket will freeze under subzero temperature. Should have keep it warm by coving it with rubber flooring mat.