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Love it here
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Poughkeepsie, NYOctober 9, 2014
Loved working here. Co workers were amazing and the company was very very supportive over daily goals and meeting the customers needs.
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SALES ASSOCIATE (Former Employee), Arlington, VAAugust 26, 2014
Cons: high turnover
Working in Accessorize has a small intamatesetting with a small team that allows customers to get the best customer service.
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nice place to work
Key Holder (Former Employee), New Hartford, NYMarch 28, 2014
nice place to work... it's always fun to work in a place you like.
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sales associate (Current Employee), New York, NYSeptember 13, 2013
Customer service is very important, greeting customers and helping them with any questions they had was key.
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Used to be my dream job only to become my nightmare
Store Manager (Former Employee), Washington, DCAugust 30, 2012
Pros: freedom to be creative (past)
Cons: no work/life balance 24 hr job
When originally owned by Monsoon Accesorize it was very exciting and inspiring, although very unorganized and lacked structure. Once bought out by franchise RGA there was mass confusion and a lack of concern for current employees. The main focus seemed to be opening more stores and letting the original stores fall apart. The ironic part of it all was – more... that the new stores never made goals while the older stores were the ones keeping the company afloat. – less