Recently, I accepted a new task for a local boutique.
I’d originally filled out our application to work in the store, but they only had positions left in their warehouse.
I honestly loved the corporation, and they promised to transfer myself and others up to the storefront contingent to our work habits! When I showed up to work on our first day, I was blown away with how big the warecondo was. I don’t know what I was expecting, but it wasn’t that! As our boss was showing myself and others around, I couldn’t help but guess cold. I also noticed that all the other employees were dressed in pants and sweatshirts, even though it was ninety degrees outside with 76 percent humidity. When I asked our boss about the cool temperature, she said that they had to keep the warecondo under a particular temperature due to the nature of some of the products and sanitation. She provided myself and others an extra sweatshirt to keep warm that day during our shift, but commanded that I wear warmer clothing for all our future shifts. They kept the thermostat set at 67 degrees all day everyday, and it would remain that way. I was a little disappointed to hear this, because I’m the type of person who is typically cold. I struggle to keep warm in the normal environments. On our hour day of work, I bundled up in many shirts, a sweatshirt, a pair of pants, many pairs of socks, and our warmest sneakers. Although it was a little hard to bend and transfer during our shift, I reMained warm! I don’t know if I can keep this up, because that’s a lot of clothes to wear each day, just to stay warm at work.