The boutiques have a relaxed, refined atmosphere that's genuinely nice to work in. Management and staff are calm, friendly, and effective.
Company training was a bit pointless, and felt like it was more about the needs of management than new staff, but fun enough, and you only have to do it once.
The only downside is the pay. It's only a few cents over minimum wage, and for this pittance they expect rather a lot. You'll be covering sales, tills, stock management and rotation, packing and unpacking. Most low paying jobs require far less flexibility than here, though the environment is rarely so nice.