Cashier (Former Employee) – West Des Moines, IA – April 12, 2017
it was fun when I got to do inventory and travel to others stores, the pay wasn't the best but it worked tell I could find something better, the Managers we good and helped out when needed and so did some of the other assoistes
Hard job for those who do not like to work. You are not sitting in the office, you have to work Sundays and holidays. No advancement for becoming store manager because nobody ever leaves and they are not building any stores. If you can understand this, then this job is great for you.
Manager (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – April 11, 2017
pay decent they will work you to the bone and a title isn't anything you do ALL the work don't be fooled. they move you around like checkers game and the stores are too congested and the merchandising has gone down hill.
Cashier/ sales associate (Former Employee) – New York, NY 10023 – April 11, 2017
As a Sales Associate, you help create the energy and excitement surrounding our clients’ products, by providing innovative solutions to guide customers to the right choice. it is a very fast paste, great team work . The pay isnt too great but the work is worth it.You will be able to pay your bills.
Assistant Store Manager (Current Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI – April 10, 2017
The company has been good to me as I have been good to them over the years. The hardest thing is getting your routines down, but it is also hard to know when you are supposed to skip the routines to get other things done. The easiest thing is making the customer happy and this company is great about giving you the leeway to do that. I'm looking to leave because I have run my course here and am interested in learning new things and working my way up with another company. I will definitely miss it though.
Inventory Control/Stock Clerk (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 10, 2017
Advancement or pay increases are slim to none. It takes awhile to move up. You can learn a lot about product and styles. also you can increase you resume with the different areas and working situations you could placed in.
The store manager is terrible. He is a lead from behind, bloated ex-frat boy. The upper management team is a collection of inept slackers that love to tell you how to do your job, but I have never seen them roll up their sleeves and do something.The associate managers are a bit of a mixed bag. Some are great, other less so. Also, the pay is well below market wages.