I thought I would enjoy the job, it's fast paced and fashion forward. You have to come in wearing fashionable clothes and a set minimum of different jewelry (i.e. necklaces = 1, scarf = 1, bracelets/watches = 1, rings = 1, and so on), I don't remember our set minimum but we were definitely full on bling. The job itself is so-so, as I said fast paced with reasonably friendly customers more often than not. BUT, you are expected to sell to customers and I was asked by my manager to place items in customer's baskets and with their clothes in the dressing rooms with or WITHOUT their permission (very pushy) and there is absolutely no commission with this job. Perhaps my pushy manager was the reason for me not enjoying this job, but it was not a pleasant experience. Also, you will be expected to stay overnight for price changes/store changes/inventory counts/etc and do not be surprised if you stay until 2 a.m. getting this done and still have to come in first thing the next morning.
cute store, forced to be fashion forward
long nights for inventory etc, pressure without commission, no real benefits or major discounts worth anything