Working at Publix Deli can be one of the most stressful but rewarding jobs one can ever have. To start off its rude customer central. However I’m not here to sit around and explain the troubles a Publix Deli Associate goes through. We are here to learn how to make the best damn publix sub. There are many things that can make this sub great in many peoples eyes.
I applied to the company and got hired as Guest Coordinator. The job is under directing supervision, answering salon phone calls, managing the salon computer appointment systems, guest recording and tracking salon’s traffic flow. Within 3 weeks I got promoted as the lead cashier. Being a lead cashier I am responsible of providing an exceptional experience for guests by engaging each guest to determine their individual needs, keeping fixtures fully stocked with merchandise, maintaining overall store cleanliness and completing tasks as assigned. Two month after, I got another promotion and I became the associate manager of people which now called as retail sales manager.
In works of literature, a character often takes part in a great battle. In the novel Uprising by Margaret Peterson, Bella has to go through many challenges and obstacles to take care of her family in Italy and herself. Bella was an Italian immigrant that decided to go to NYC and worked in the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory. Bella’s intention was to go to NYC, work, and be efficient . As soon as she gets to NYC her cousin Pietro, finds her a job at the top of a ten-story building, the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory.
Being a manager like at Publix is great to interact with other people. As a managing job at a store there are a lot of customer service involved. Such as, if the customer has a problem there is interaction with that person. As a manager there is numerous
As a new and young manager at McDonald’s I had a lot of responsibility and stress on my plate. I worked for them for about a year and a half before I was promoted and I got to know the crew and got close to some before I moved up. One of the hardest things to do as a manager is run a shift when you are understaffed. The excuses you get from people will have you rethinking your life and the position you’re in.
Despite the grief I had to deal with on a daily basis, I loved my job, mainly because I loved ceratopsians, and my job let me work with baby ceratopsians. It was a dream come true. Another plus was that one of my friends from my previous job, Barry, worked at Jurassic World too. I didn't get to see
Acquiring a job, whether it be in a doctor’s office or a fast-food restaurant, can transform a person. Jobs tend to educate employees, either indirectly or directly, both about themselves and life in general. In Climbing the Golden Arches, nineteen year-old Marissa Nuñez discusses how her employment at McDonald’s transformed her into a mature and skilled employee. Within her personal narrative, Nuñez mentioned how she faced both pleasant and unpleasant circumstances while working at McDonald’s, all which prepared her for her future career. At McDonald’s, Nuñez learned how to fulfill her role of being an employee by becoming an expert at all the placed stations, dealing with the various types of customers she encountered on a daily basis, and
I was presented the opportunity to become a manager at Zaxby 's but I didn’t take full advantage of it. How did this experience make you feel? How did it impact your life: change you or your mindset in a significant way? What lesson did you learn from this? This experience made me feel like I had more opportunity, I could do more as a manager it make me experience a lot of things to become a manger.
Some Where I Wouldn’t Like to Be Larned State Hospital, an institute that houses a combination of civilly committed patients, Department of Corrections inmates, and sexual predators. I have worked with all of them. Recalling when I first started at the state it was wonderful. The pay was phenomenal, employees received health benefits, on the job training, my hired schedule fit in with my family, and I reaped the benefits of helping very sick individuals. Things change though, the job that was once so enriching to me transformed into my seventh realm of hell.
Each job is important to every one else’s job. Everything must go in order from start to finish. If there aren’t carts, then there aren’t customers. It’s hard to believe that one small job makes that big of a difference. If it wasn’t for associates in each department then their all of the customers would be lost and wouldn’t know where anything was.
As previously mentioned, the average pay per hour is 9 dollars. With this low pay grade, the average cashier would bring in twenty-thousand dollars a year. This amount of money is unreasonable to support a family, if even yourself. Most small businesses that hire cashiers do not have benefits, such as health or dental insurance, available to the employees. At some of the larger corporations, such as kmart, these benefits are only given to cashiers who have worked a certain amount of years or are full-time employees.
To put it simply, my first job was a very rough line of work. It was one in which I produced copious amounts of sweat, clashed with ludicrous heat, and contended with jagged drill bits that cut me frequently. My first day on the job, I made the mistake of not wearing sunscreen. My skin was not used to being exposed to the sun for that long, and it burnt me until I was redder than the devil. During my time working, I entered some very dangerous areas.
What’s changed? I started this semester not knowing what I was getting myself into. I used to write so much, because writing would excite me. I thought taking creative writing would reinstate my love for writing, and it did. I have realized that I have a lot to learn about writing still, and that I have some pretty strong weaknesses to work on.