This is embarassing as I am 33 years old. I finally got a job at this store however it's customer service. I thought I could do it but the first day of training I had bad anxiety. Also tranining on the cashier is very complex. It wasn't as simple as learning how to use the register like it was at Macy's. I was so overwhelmed yesterday that I left and said I'll be back tomorrow to complete the training which the manager was ok with. How do I explain that training on the register is just too complex? Is there a way that I can let the manager know I rather do stock than cashier? I feel so bad.
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In a situation like this it's best to be honest. That way he may be able to work with to adjust your job role , so you aren't placed in a situation where you get high levels of anxiety. The only way to overcome social anxiety is to face your fears.
Mabybe your manger will help you do this. He may not be empathetic , but you need to tell him to give yourself a chance to progress. If you don't explain the way you are he may start to view you as incompetent, which you obviously are NOT Good Luck!1