Story time! So last week I did orientation for my position in the fitting room at walmart. Not bad, pretty fun. Monday if this week was my first day out on the floor, or "on stage" as they say. It. Was awful. For those who don't know, the fitting room is the center of the entire store. Yes, literally, but also metaphorically(?). Every time a customer calls walmart, you are sent to the fitting. If you've wver caled walmart, had a question, and was transferred to a department. You were talking to the fitting room. Whenever a manager needs something or needs you to page someone over the intercom, call fitting room. If an employee needs something, call fitting room. There's also 2 walkie talkies that are condtantly going off with people needing things. Not to mention you are dropping prices on clothes, helping customers, letting customers into the fitting room, stocking, etc. There's absolutely no order. My first day, I had 6 customer calls on hold, 4 managers on hold, and several people asking me for things through the walkie talkie, all while helping a customer. I probably answered 30 calls an hour, and that's only including customers. Plus a manager was a bitch. Someone had a question about her department, sent them there, she never answered the phone so they hung up. She ignored my pages and wallie talkie messages. Customer calls back, sent them back to her, she called me a few minutes later and said "don't send me stupid customer questions" and hung up. Later that day, the main bosstold me to stay away from the phones and pager until my supervisor was back. Phone was ringing, got yelled at for not answering it even though the main boss told them I'm not allowed to. I was told to "leave" sincr I wasn't learning fast enough. I went home and cried for hours from the stress. I also have anxiety disorder so that didn't help. Tuesday morning, I broke down crying in front of my supervisor and main boss. I couldn't take it, so I was moved to cashier in the garden center. Soooo much better! Super chill in there, no stress. Well there's a little bit, but I can handle that.