Lead Co-Manager (Former Employee) – Gaithersburg, MD – January 2, 2017
Overall if you have a team striving to achieve goals and sales, then you have a solid foundation for success, and i found that in Charlotte Russe, only thing is people move on and take what they learn from their superiors and apply it to wherever they go.
Cashier (Former Employee) – McAllen, TX – December 14, 2017
A typical day at work coming out of school going to work was fun but can be a bit stressful because of school. In this job i learned that people have different styles and its amazing to witness that in person. everyday at work you see different people picking out different styles and i get to help them pick out a style at times and its very fun because you get to know them a little more because now you know a little bit more about them. My manager was a very cheerful person loved fashion knows a lot about it and its very interesting to work with a person like that. The hardest part was putting away the clothing when it was closing time. There is so many things to be put away. The most enjoyable thing was helping customers find what they came to look for or at-least something very similar.
A typical day at work would be placed all over the store. At the beginning the manager would put me i one station and than change me to another station. She would then forget that she changed me of station and get mad at me for being somewhere else. The manager would always put me to work during school hours.
I enjoyed working at A'Gaci. My fellow coworkers were easy to get along with and I loved my boss. I am still friends with her today. My typical workday was to open or close the store, run a register, and helping customer find clothes and shoes.
Lead Co Manager (Former Employee) – Schaumburg, IL – October 1, 2017
A typical day at A'gaci is definitely hectic. With that being said I did gain a bunch of problem solving and communication skills. The main problem I had personally with A'gaci was the high turn over rate stemming from all the way at the tippy top! I had 2 different Ceo's while I was their and not to mention I hardly had a DM during my whole career their as well. When I first started I actually quit liked it, my store manager was awesome but unfortunately she ended quitting and moving back home to Florida. When that happened I took over the roll as "acting store manager". This is where I grew a lot as a manager and learned a lot of life lessons that I will never forget! The hardest part of my job by far was working with 35+ team members and trying to accommodate the needs of everybody. The most enjoyable part of my job was reaching company goals and knowing the team reached them because of my leadership and direction!
high turnover, long work hours, unreliable bosses.
A typical day at work would start with getting the register ready and helping the costumers throughout the day. It is not a stressful environment. Management is super nice but it's hard to change your availability. It's always very busy on weekends so it might be pretty stressful for newbies.
Lead Co-manager (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – September 21, 2017
Great place to work if you enjoy helping customers build outfits from head to toe. Managers are very easy to get along with and helpful. I believe the hardest part of the job is the scheduling. If you enjoy your weekends off Agaci is not for you. What I enjoyed the most was watching a customer leave with a smile on their face.
When I first started at A'GACI it was a wonderful company but as soon as the management change things became different in a bad way. NO actual good training , no positive reinforcement between the managers and other co-workers. I would recommend this job if the management wouldn't have changed but I strongly recommend that whoever is thinking about working for this company to think twice and be sure that no other options are available. The pay is not good as well it's so much responsibility for little to no money .As a floor supervisor it felt too stressful for the amount of things I had to put up with as well as my other team members.
A'GACI usually have more than 5 managers. Some manager are great but the scheduling manager who's also the general manager are not respectful of your availability and will give you less hours if you do not meet the sales number needed.
Poor management, not respectful of your availability.
sales associate (Former Employee) – Schaumburg, IL – September 13, 2017
There was about 4-5 managers, there was only one who actually worked and got things done. The hours were so confusing and they would always call during the middle of school days asking me to come in while i was in the middle of class.