cashier Job Reviews
Women who are cashiers have an overall job satisfaction level of 3.3, 75% of them believe there is gender equality in their firms, and make an average salary range of $0-$25k.
Terrible to work with. They refuse to promote me because people call in. They cut my hours to give those people more hours. And I show up everyday on time and I do my job. I'm a hard working pregnant woman and I just want to be treated the way I deserve for the job I do.
You can move up fast
The store I work with actually only had one male for the first six or so months of my working there, and he was the main manager. I only noted one problem with any of the men I worked with, and but I only dealt with him once before he left the company. Actually, I've had more issues out of a few customers, and one of the female managers who was constantly thinking she was being put down because she was a woman(The problem was actually that she wasn't very good at her job.) So, to sum up, it depends on your location. Mine was just nice enough to where it really didn't matter if you were male or female, but how good you were at the job. (It kinda seemed to be more hard on the men working there, as a few later joined the staff.)
Speak up for yourself anywhere you work
It's a good place for a part time job. Both my managers were female and most of the cashiers were female.
I had a boss that would constantly put down other employees and make me feel uncomfortable. She was a woman, but they seemed to embrace the idea that either you were there for a decade so you got promoted or you were intensely aggressive. I believe they only promote based on sales which has nothing to do with leadership.
Women and men are both treated fairly and equally at this company. Both are given the chance to advance if they meet the appropriate job-related criteria. I have never witnessed a woman being held back in her job or unfairly punished just for being a woman.
Hard for women. No flexibility.
This company was ok until it filed for bankruptcy. Employees were left high and dry