very stressful, especially when you're alone. After training is complete you're practically put out on you're own.
You learn a lot of things, how to use the till, rotation of stock, price reductions, pump use.
management are very serious about their jobs, although good people to talk to, once you're on shift they're very professional.
The workplace is quite good, but as i said before is hard when alone.
hardest part of the job would be trying to remember everything you've learnt so you don't make mistakes, there is a lot involved.
Enjoyable parts would be when you have someone around to keep company with and to help if you're in need and to answer any questions you have.