The job was okay, the company seems great to work for but with limited staff and a declining business base, job security doesn't look great for anyone working there. It's great for a part timer who is looking for some work and a little extra cash. You barely see anyone you work with when working on the tills so you can feel a little isolated.
As a worker there on my first day, I was not shown any fire exits or evacuation procedures, and as a result, when there was an evacuation the assistant manager blamed me for not listening to the, 'keeping within the law handbook,' which states the procedure; but obviously not the exits. on my first day I also was left on the tills on my own with no guidance, until the end of day, the tutorial wasn't supposed to last that long, but I was forgotten about. In fact I wasn't shown the back exit, and almost got locked inside the shop at closing time.
There is no real induction to the mental health support also, I wasn't aware we had a mental health coordinator, until a few months down the line, it turned out to be the manager there, the very same manager that constantly told me I wasn't smiling enough, considering I have depression and anxiety, it really sucked to be asked that. It wouldn't have been such a big deal personally, if I had at least been told about the mental health procedures, as after that point i felt uncomfortable disclosing, I even became so anxious I was vomiting nearly daily before and after work.
Poor management, no support for mental health and not showing where fire exits are.