Customer Service Leader (Current Employee) – Medford, OR – December 11, 2017
Rarely are two days every the same with both customers and projects. There is always something to do, even on slow days with not a lot of traffic, usually consisting of cleaning and consistent refolding. It is definitely enjoyable to assist the customer and find exactly what they are looking for and they thank you and acknowledge the effort you put into your job- those are great days. Depending on location and how well the staff works together really determines how the day goes, but there are some days when it seems like everyone is just having a bad day.
The manager at my location is great helps a lot when it comes to school and when something happens with my child.The working enviroment is nice there are time where it gets packed but team work is the key.
Packer (Former Employee) – McDonough, GA – December 8, 2017
I work at Cater's through temp. It was a good job to have. I scanned baby clothes in the computer. By it being temp it was a temporary assignment. I wish it would have lasted longer but after peek season work gets slow.
Picker/Packer (Current Employee) – Stockbridge, GA – December 5, 2017
I learned so much in a small matter of time and my hours we're great. The management was polite. The building is temperature friendly for the most part, but if it gets hot we have several cooling systems
Packer/Auditor (Former Employee) – Braselton, GA – December 4, 2017
I enjoyed working in the many different departments & learning new things almost daily... Overall the lead staff are good to work with. But at times there did seem to be a lack in humanity from direct management (in the warehouse/on the floor management).
Part Time Supervisor (Current Employee) – Ohio – November 27, 2017
Despite the traditional pros and cons of working in retail, as a mom I enjoyed knowing upcoming sales and having a discount. I started as temporary help over the holidays and stuck around for several years because of the positive work environment.
corporate (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – November 26, 2017
supervisor is not engaged, most do not notice when management is out of the office, workplace culture is arbitrary and old fashioned with inflexible rules that apply only to some employees. high field nurse turnover, hardest part of the job is knowing which policy will be enforced on any given day. employees are expendable and not viewed as an asset.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Ponce, PR – November 20, 2017
Great company to work for. Very competitive enviroment, work /life balance is great and have excelent benefits. Carters is very focus on having the best customer experience in our market. Provide with associates with tools that can help you advance in retail.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Barceloneta, PR – November 15, 2017
La tienda es una de las mejores en Puerto Rico, tienen mercancía variable y de acuerdo a la temporada. Como parte del equipo puedo decir que se me proveyó un ambiente sano y flexible para realizar los trabajos. Lamentablemente fue una de las tiendas más afectadas tras El Paso del huracán María en PR. Pero sin duda una de mis mejores experiencias laborales.
I worked at carters for a year while in high school it was fun and a great experience but I soon realized I did not enjoy working retail so I found a job at an attorneys office who was also very flexible with hours.
Assistant Store Manager/Interaction Manager (Former Employee) – Rapid City, SD – November 6, 2017
This was one of the worst places I have ever worked. I was assaulted by the manager and nothing was done about it. she has such ahigh turnover at this carters because she is a horrible manager and a horrible, hateful person.