Key Holder (Former Employee) – Lancaster, PA – July 7, 2017
store manager walked out. Leaving myself and another worker. I quit because another manager was rude I left my co worker all by herself without her training being complete. My training wasn't complete and I was there for 4 months from what I hear Upper management is a joke I never had the chance to meet her because she never visited the Lancaster store. I worked part-time but always had full-time with no benefits. They want you to chase the customers around the store and push shoes in their face. Each store does things differently. They don't look out for their employees and expect you to spend your check on ugly shoes. There is a lot of turnover.
Part-time wages on full-time schedule, no breaks, no proper training.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Forest Hills, NY – June 29, 2017
Its a typical retail company. It will devour your soul. The Store Manager is a bit polar and will treat you good one day but if she is having a bad day will act completely different. She is a bit extra but I believe she is actually trying to learn to not be that way.
Co manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 21, 2017
Open the store, count the register, sent daily e-mails to district managers, assigned associates to select zones, break down daily goals, and the floor checking for any problems from the prior night. Also made sure all customer needs were met.
Part Time Sales Associate (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – June 13, 2017
Job was fun to work at, my manager and coworkers maintained a close and open relationship with each other while still being able to collaborate to get our daily goals done. Though my manager was very fun and cool to be around, she was serious about the business and reputation of the store so she constantly reminded us about our individual goals and pushed us and worked hard to make sure the outcomes we needed were getting reached.
Sales Clerk (Former Employee) – Glendale, CA – April 28, 2017
first job and learning experience. i got to know what it is like to be on the working field and i couldnt have picked a better company to do so. gained experience as a cashier and got better in my customer service skills
Store Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 3, 2017
I was fortunate enough to work with good managers who were interested in my growth. It's all about who your managers are, if you are going to succeed. Having good customer service skills a must. Good Starter Job.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Forest Hills, NY – February 17, 2017
If you work here you should have a passion for the shoes. It's a sales oriented job so you are evaluated according to how much you sell. The main job is to help women find the right shoes and suggest other shoes they might like. You also need to find the shoes in the stockroom and ring up the sale.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – February 10, 2017
I love the company and their comfortable shoes. I wish they could make shoes for men too. It was a fun and awesome experience working there since my manager was the sweetest and best person in the world. I miss her :(
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Minnetonka, MN – January 20, 2017
I worked for Aerosoles for 2 years. I enjoyed working with the customers and training and hiring my staff. Recruiting was difficult at times for this mall. Sales goals were mostly reasonable and attainable.
Non commission selling job
Small company so not a lot of room for advancement
Business Relationship Manager (Current Employee) – Edison, NJ – January 12, 2017
Great place to work but the building was a bit unsafe. I was always able to leave on time never had to work nights or weekends. The hardest part of my day was to deal with strong retail opinions but other then that a great place to work. Great folks who only want to help.
great team enviorment
the building was in very poor condition and there were alot of accidents due to it.
Key Holder\Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – January 3, 2017
Fast paced work environment and customer oriented business. Your job is to help customers find what they are looking for and also offer them options. Build customer loyalty, trust and ensure customers are happy with what they have purchased.
Management team is growing and is more about driving the business.
The hardest part of this job is the constant bending and also after giving your all to some customers they end up being rude or disrespectful
Break time, no health coverage, etc for part time workers
A typical day at work is ok, fun. I learned shoe technologies, certain styles, sales. Management is all over the place sometimes. co workers are very lovely people to be around WHEN the store is busy, hard to keep up with the customers favorite songs come on while working.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Riverhead, NY – December 15, 2016
poor management due to lack of organization and communication. Typical day includes customer service/sales, stock & inventory maintenance. Many customers with specific problems relating to getting comfortable shoes.