Recently, I became a shift supervisor at a new store. Talk about hell. I'm begining to hate the company more and more everyday. I was never trained. And by never, I literally mean never. Casuality of cutting hours at an understaffed location you could say.
I sat in the back and read the training materials one day. The rest of my week of "training" I would clock in as training and then work a normal shift supervisor role.
Now, I used to be a great barista. I know what's expected of me. I was so excited to move up. I started at 8.35/hr and needed the extra income and responsiblity, so I thought. Now that I've moved up. Not been certified, yet still am operating as a shift.
Going to a new store, there is literally no time to train or go over basic procedures like an inventory count. It's great. So, if you want to be rushed through training, or not trained at all, become responsible for everything that goes wrong, and be told to cut everyone's hours everyday that results in you not getting anything done. Go for it!!!