Sales Associate (Former Employee), Grand Island, NE – January 17, 2014
Cons: no health benefits.
A typical day at work started off with cleaning the area, and making everything look presentable. In between straightening shelves and fixing displays or vacuuming, I would help customers as they came. It would start off with an easy going conversation to kind of grasp their taste and what they are looking for. Than I would measure their feet and pull out some shoes for them to try on based upon what they were looking for. Following up with running the sale through the cash register. I would do inventory, unload freight and run the deposits at the end of the day. The management wasn't the greatest, but I enjoyed my job very much. I didn't have any co-workers other than the boss and his wife on occasion. The hardest part of my job was closing on all of the sales or turning a "looker" into a "buyer". The thing I enjoyed the most out of my job was the rocking discount and trying on all the shoes as they came in.