Hired as a sales assistant, paid like a sales assistant, worked like an assistant-manager and treated like dirt.
If you want bare minimum working rights, low self-esteem, and poor mental health, you've got it.
I was walking 7 hours a day, 5 days a week (with pressure to work Saturday underpaid) with only a 30-minute break in pouring rain or 30ºC+ - more... heat) We were given impossible KPIs/goals to meet (despite how easy the director said it should be to meet them. In my time working there, I was the only one, out of 20+ employees, to meet the goal and that happened only very rarely). - less