For many people, it is the lack of hours and wages. Starting wage is $15/hour, but all previously hired employees who have not reached the class hours to make $15/hour before it was increased by the government, now have to work off those class hours to reach $15/hour and then their next raise, which after 500 class hours worked, they will only receive a $.15/hour increase. While any new hire automatically starts making $15/hour, but now they have to work off 4700 class hours until they see their next raise. for a lot of staff, that means many years before a raise, which is very unfair to both new and old employees
The managers overworking you
Your a number no cares about you or the work you do.
Everyone is just trying to get through the day as they all hate there jobs. Very noticeable
Trying to stay ahead of the customer base. It was a busy store.
Managers expecting unrealistic amounts of works to be done
Night job so the schedule of next day is compromised.