Sales Associate (Current Employee), Dallas, TX – July 10, 2013
Pros: meeting new people and working with great team members.
Cons: low pay, unconsistant work hours, and slow advancement training.
First you get chatted in about what the goals are for the day and zoned. Once in your zone you begin uncovering customers needs and wants. Inbetween customers you clean, straight up, and refill all product. Consistant communication with other team members is very important to validate customer satisfication, team buliding, and trust. Through this process – more... we bonded with one another and created a fun, exciting, supportive, and sales driving team. – less
Sales Associate and Cashier (Former Employee), New York, NY – December 19, 2014
Performed In-store, back office and operational activities to ensure smooth operations. Helped customers make selections by building customer confidence while offering suggestions and opinions. Processed transactions quickly and efficiently while maintaining a friendly and cordial relationship with customers by greeting them and assisting them – more... with all relevant issues. – less
Regular Assiocate (Former Employee), Huntsville, AL – December 17, 2014
I enjoy helping with the customers' with the purchased. I learned is to get the product for the customers and helping out with questions from the customers. Management was in order and professional. My co-workers are very friendly and professionalize. The hardest part of job is putting up stock. The most enjoyable part of the job is greeting the customers.
VERY FAST PACE! Forever changing retail enviroment
Retail sales lead/manager/key holder (Former Employee), evansville IN, Henderson KY, Owensboro KY – December 17, 2014
Pros: small breaks, lunch breaks, company freebies
Cons: heathcare, and late retail hours
A typical day at work would include calculating sales plans, sending company emails, making company deposits, managing store shipment, providing superior customer service and also empowering and coaching my sales associates. My management position was a huge responsibility that I took very serious. The Hardest part of my job was really figuring out – more... how to connect with my associates, getting on their level of knowledge, and teaching them to take what they know and perfecting it. The environment at Bath and Body was forever changing. It was such a fun, energetic, upbeat work place. I enjoyed every day I was there because I knew I was part of a great team and making a difference. – less
Cashier & Sales Associate (Former Employee), Schaumburg, IL – December 16, 2014
Bath and Body Works was my favorite place to work. There was always something new coming out, weather it be lotion, perfume or some candles. I loved working with all the girls there, everyone was so friendly and welcoming.
Associate (Former Employee), Orlando, FL – December 12, 2014
Working hand in hand with products. This company doesn't just expect you to know the products. You can take home products or you can receive employee discounts on many products in the store.
Management is great and tries to accommodate all your needs.
Being only seasonal work I didn't think there was enough hours to go around and didn't pay for my – more... gas to get to and from work. I would however suggest this to someone who is just starting out and needs something little while still in school. – less
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Warrington, PA – December 10, 2014
Great experience in learning how to build customer loyalty by creating customer relationships through marketing, maintain awareness, understanding how to adhere to standards, and learn organizational culture. Fast paced working environment. You learn how to work with people and maintain standards. There is importance in quality as it helps to focus – more... less on production but allows for meeting your quotas. – less
Sales Associate/Customer Service (Current Employee), Charlotte, NC – December 9, 2014
Pros: retail experience
Cons: no hours
I havent worked there enough to give a review. I've only been to this job maybe five times. I've really only done stock here. Ireally dont know who the manager is. The hardest part of this job is having it and not being scheduled.
Stock Room Supervisor/Wrap Desk Coordinator (Former Employee), Daytona Beach, FL – December 7, 2014
I enjoyed working in the stock room. At Christmas time, shipments were crazy. Unloading boxes after boxes and maintaining the sales floor with the proper fragrances was a job in it's self. Working in the back, I was able to see the product first. Discount on merchandise was a perk.