I honestly can not think of any pros except for the staff discount
Training is very poor, thrown in deep end was not given any training then having to deal with customers that are angry because you can't answer all their questions.
Have asked for training several times but falls on deaf ears. I see other team members every weekend being verbally abused by customers but no proper support to help them these instances. I was appalled to see on more than one occasion. We have to work every weekend but coordinators or G4's don't, so not fair. Then certain team members getting preferential treatment so not fair. This is not a rant but the absolute truth, there are some great people working in my store but management fail to pick up on this .
Lifting is a big part also, often without support as there aren't enough staff on, yet Bunnings insist on safe work practices but they really need to exercise, use them and not preach them. This will be achieved by putting enough staff on at the weekend.
Could be a good place to work if you are single and looking for a group to become your new family. If you are not single remember that you already have a family. Also a lot of very nice people work there who are not taken in by the games. If you are looking for just a job that pays ok and remember it is just a workplace and don't speak out about things that shouldn't be going on between coordinators you will be fine. Not too hard to learn your job. Just be sensible and do your work and keep away from the trouble makers. Some good rewards.
Some coordinators spend way too much time with each other both inside of work and after work and think people don't notice and know they have partners. Unfortunately with the time they spend together these things can happen and break up relationships. Especially if one person there is telling some of the guys that if they are having problems in their relationships they should leave. I know one co-ord who got sucked in and almost lost his marriage. Anyway the workers are put under some pressure with not enough staffing and the co-ords are put under pressure to make budgets. I chose to leave because I lost respect for a couple of the co-ords.