Gap was my first real job. I've been here for around 4 months (started in January, but this year COVID has delayed my work.)
I keep being told to perform tasks I have no training for. I.E. "Help in the fitting rooms" but I've no idea what work needs to be done. Or, "If the machines beep, take the tags off" But I've never worked at the cash registers or received training for how to remove tags / etc. When asking questions about how to perform tasks / improve no one seems to want to help. Any time I need a tool or piece of equipment it's almost always a case of "ask someone else."
My first three months at GAP I wasn't scheduled nearly enough hours. I've no idea why they were hiring. There would be consecutive 7-10 days where I had 0 hours of work. Since Corona, I've been scheduled more (enough? too many?) hours.
Half my coworkers won't talk to me or even acknowledge me. One specific manager is also very impatient when I ask questions or otherwise need help. I think if I had previous retail experience this job would be more enjoyable but as a new worker it's miserable.
lack of training, rude coworkers, awkward scheduling
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