Tills are mostly easy to get the hang of, training is thorough. Headset training or picking is also easy to pickup, you're never short of something to do at Argos. Having product knowledge generally helps, that's not to say you need to know everything about every product, but a little bit of tech knowledge does go a long way as people do ask till staff for advice and recommendations. In my experience teams at Argos work very well, management are very approachable when you need assistance or have general queries. The hardest part of the job is probably tills, whilst they're easy there are a lot of things to learn. The most enjoyable part of the job, for me, is helping a customer find the product best suited to their needs, there's just something about it that I can't really describe. Either that or the amazing teams.
Overall an amazing place to work, I don't dread going into work at all. Oh, and get good at reading handwriting, it's a lot of the job.
Good teamwork, variety of things to do, above minimum wage, discount after 3 months service.
Shifts can be short sometimes if you're part time eg 3x 4 hour shifts a week, not really a con but worth a note.