I have a hard time deciding if this or being an associate at panera has been my worst job. Extremely unrealistic standards forced on employees, managers will always take the side of the customer. The workload is always more than is humanely possible to get done alone, and when I was employed there was only one other employee in the print department and no one else in the store was trained and able to help. They would often refuse to allow me on my break during 8-10 hour shifts. If that isn't enough, the equipment we had to use was constantly breaking and not working right, I'd spend at least an hour every shift on the phone with tech support to get whatever machine was broken that day working again. They offered me raises that I never saw and I eventually quit when they implemented a mandatory 40 hour work week for all employees when they couldn't find new hires, as it was my second job. No work-life balance whatsoever, I was asked to come in on nearly every day off I had. Terrible job, even if the store had it together there isn't enough money in the world to pay people to deal with the nasty customers.