• Responded quickly and resourcefully to customer requests or concerns. • Used suggestive selling techniques to increase sales. • Gave information to customers about products. • Operated the till. • Up sold and made recommendations to customers. • Served multiple customers in a short period of time. • Carried out re-merchandising, display, price markdowns duties. • Accurately completed cash register transactions. • Received store deliveries.
There are discounts, discounts, and more discounts
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 4, 2016
Being a sales associate at Ashley Stewart is not all it's cracked up to be. Yes you meet new people and you help women feel good about wearing the current trends even though they are plus size. Unfortunately, that's not enough motivation when you are paid minimum wage, work little to no hours, and have no benefits. Sales associates are the ones that have to make the goals set fourth by management, but yet they get no recognition for it. Working for Ashley Stewart is only good if you are retired and don't really need the money. Not a place to stay long or make a career out of.
Meet new people, make people feel good about themselves, and great co-workers
Poor pay, lack of hours, lack of appreciation to sales associates
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – August 22, 2016
The time that I was with this store location I felt that there was not any support from the DM. This DM would not explain anything further that what was emailed or written. I truly loved my employees and customers but the upper management was not supportive. As well as some favoritism within the surrounding stores.
ashley stewart (Former Employee) – Oak Park, MI – August 2, 2016
I didn't have too many objections to ashley stewart. I was an cashier.. The job was very slow paced. i cashiered and stocked the store. i cleaned the store and pressed clothes. i learned a lot about keeping focus and perfecting my craft.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Temple Hills, MD – July 26, 2016
A day working for this company was great and always learning experience, I had a team that was like family so we always had fun while working. The customer was awesome that we displayed with each and every person that came through the door
Part Time Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Gary, IN – July 24, 2016
The pros of working at Ashley, is learning the customer as well as yourself. Learning things such as different styles, and different layouts! Our management team was awesome we worked as one to support our store manager. All of my peers were awesome people to work with. The hardest part of working at Ashley was convincing women of their sizes, and coming up with a complete look for certain occasions. What I loved most about Ashley, is that I was able to be myself and express my creative style!
contest, bonuses, reconition
no benefits, no vacation time for part-time managers, no raises
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – April 26, 2016
A good experience for me. Loved all my customers and they were my motivation a lot of the time. I had a great time with my customers. I love to shop and help my customers do the same. I learned a lot and wouldn't and I was grateful for the opportunity.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Atlantic City, NJ – April 23, 2016
I loved this Job, I expressed myself when helping accessorize. It was fun to work doing something I love to do, dress. The managers were great, understanding people. Everybody got along, and it just was a great place to work.
Co-Manager (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – March 2, 2016
I enjoy the personal shopping experience that Ashley Stewart offers its customers. Retail therapy is a nickname that shoppers give out when they come in and buy to relieve tension. Communicating with these ladies made a change in most of their lives and I really do appreciate being a part of that change; its rewarding.