Okay, so I just started my very first job ever. So I don't know what to expect from any of this. I'm a stocker/sales associate at a super market. We're currently preparing to open so we're stocking up the new store since they relocated last week.
My first day the manager told me what to do and ask for help whenever needed. Then I will quickly finish the task and not know what to do or where to find a manager and I'm not one to bother someone while they're working, I'll feel downright rude. the first day was pretty simple since they kept an eye on me. (Somewhat) But today was odd. She just told me to finish stocking up an aisle then she clocked out. Once I finished I had no clue what to do and the other employees kept giving me stink eye. One came up to me and told me finish getting rid of the boxes in the middle or the aisle, so I tried doing that but later on she came over and looked at me like I was stupid. I was doing everything right, I was stocking according to the plannogram. And she came over and told me to stock a certain way but it didn't look correct. Whenever I try doing things on my own everyone looked at me like I'm some monster or something. I only worked on the empty aisles so it's not like I was taking anyone's work. Besides the never really gave any good explanation or anything to me. No show around the store or nothing it was very "just do this" Plus the doors don't work so I need to ask a manager to unlock them so I can go on break but due to me never finding them, I haven't been taking breaks needed. I don't even know where to go to put my stuff so I haven't been bringing anything necessary like a jacket or my wallet. I'm just so new, I'm used to having people to tell me what to do. Then when I try to find something to myself, they get irritated or suspicious over me. So I would like some advice or anything if this might relate to anyone else.