Cashier/Ticket Agent 

(Female, Age 31) from Las Vegas, NV

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Current Job

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Job Title Cashier/Ticket Agent
Salary $23,000
Other Compensation None Set
Hours/Week 38
Company Size (not answered)
Location Las Vegas, NV
Years Experience 3 months

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Current job Q&A

Describe the type of organization you work for.
Airport/Hotel shuttle transfers and limo service.

Describe your job role and responsibilities.
cash handling, customer service, and data entry.

Please list an additional benefits (beyond compensation) that you receive.
Health Savings Account, group insurance, 1 week paid vacation, 3-5 sick days per year depending on holidays worked, paid holidays.

Do you feel you are under/over or well/fairly compensated at your current position?
well compensated and should continue to be given yearly cost of living raises till top of rate is reached.

Does your job entail you working with others on a daily basis? Is this something you like/dislike about your job? Please explain.

Do you work collaboratively with supervisors/managers?

Do you work collaboratively with your co-workers?

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A day in the life of…

Please describe a typical workday for you in your current job:

5am to 6am
6am to 7am
7am to 8am At home sleeping until 8:05am.
8am to 9am Up at 8:05am preparing school lunch for daughter and helping her ready herself. 8:40am we drive to school. I am back by 9am.
9am to 10am Cook breakfast, do at least one load of laundry and start dishwasher.
10am to 11am Help husband ready for work and clean kitchen.
11am to 12pm Dress younger daughter for the day, clean up kids room, and tidy rest of home.
12pm to 1pm Work on online schooling, math for this month.
1pm to 2pm Take a nap or read till 1:40pm-1:45pm. Make a quick lunch for younger daughter and myself.

2pm to 3pm Make my bed and prepare myself for work- lay out clothes and (2pm-2:15pm), whip up dinner for entire household and re-tidy kitchen till 3pm.
3pm to 4pm Pick up daughter from school (3-3:25pm) and get dressed for work 3:35-3:50pm. Brief daughter on homework and nightly chores leave for work with the remaining 10 min.

4pm to 5pm Commute to work. Arriving around 4:50pm or so.
5pm to 6pm Open window at ticket booth 5-5:10pm (sign on to computer, place cash in drawer, and lay out supplies.)
6pm to 7pm Working. Give certain guests who need our hourly shuttle service for hotel specific a ETA warning for shuttle before they purchase ticket, as it will stop running on regular at 7:15pm per our contract with the hotel.
7pm to 8pm Working. Cash, credit, and travel check customers at random.
8pm to 9pm Working. Cash, credit, and travel check customers at random.

Night supervisors leaves at 10pm, most cashiers buy change or trade money for next day sales and tills.

9pm to 10pm Clock out for lunch break till 9:30pm. I usually only take this break for eating, restroom, and make phone calls to husband to check on kids and make sure they are fed, bathed or washed up, and headed to bed by 10pm.
10pm to 11pm Sales slow down and airport becomes a little quieter. I begin to take out trash and clean up booth per night-shift checklist. There is an actual for to fill out, check off, and sign.
11pm to 12am Handle last minutes sales and customers. Close window at 1am on busy nights or 12:45am on slower nights per company/supervisor policy. Reconcile monies, drop in safe, and double check everything on night-shift checklist. Work is over by 1:15am-1:30am.

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