A typical day at work would include such things as: Opening the store, presetting rentals for that day and days ahead, starting duty reports, handling customers from many locations with different needs, providing each customer with satisfaction, and finishing the day with closing out accounts, rentals, a duty reports and sheets.
Management was a little out of control, as it wasn't as stable as I would have preferred. I was left alone to handle the workload of at least 4 people on many occasions. This would also be seen as the hardest part of the job.
The most enjoyable was the environment, and the ability to handle customers and their needs in a satisfactory manner.
very busy, and time consuming. a lot to handle at once. it made for an exciting time.
This position was a stop gap type of employment for me. The hardest part of the job was working alone during extremely rushed situations with little or no help. I found the management to be unhelpful and ill equipped to better their own business.
A typical day at work is answering calls from customers around British Columbia, generally dealing with reservations and complaints. There is poor management, with little to no education in business management. Advancement is earned through friendships, not on merit. High turnover with same bottom 5 positions as they are over worked, underpaid, and undervalued. Expect to work weekends with no time off, ever. Unpaid overtime, no lunch breaks, labour laws are not followed here. If you are someone who is independent and follow a moral compass, this position is not for you.