NV - TEAM LEAD (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – June 27, 2014
Pros: mall discounts on food and clothing stores, independently working
Cons: the manager got to personal with everyone on a very unprofessional level.
When I first started Crocs, I pushed myself to get into a higher position, with in a month of reaching my weekly goals and showing that I could do more then just sell the shoes, I was made a team lead and a key holder with really great responsibilities, and a raise. It made me enjoy my job so much more feeling important and achieving my goals, with – more... in a couple months of being a team lead and opening and closing on my own I was able to trian a new employee, then transfer over to the new store in prim and act as an assistant manager there. The hardest part of my job was being on my own during the day in a big store and having the tour busses full of people who did not even speak english come through to the mall and trampede my store, making it look like a tornado by the end of there visit. Another difficulty was trying to understand what they said I would have to write a lot of things down and have them try there best to reply but eventually it got easier. – less
key holder (Former Employee), vacaville ca – June 24, 2014
Pros: great management and coworkers
Cons: not enough hours
open store, greet customers as they walk in, cashier,stock,replenish,customer service etc. I learned that even though some people may seem very different from you most of them are going through the same battles as you. My coworkers were lots of fun and always willing to help out with whatever was needed. The hardest part of my job would have to be difficult – more... customers that get irratated about us being busy/not having a size/color of shoe they might want etc. The most enjoyable thing about working at crocs is that we constantly got to celebrate meeting our goals. – less
Sales Associate (Former Employee), mesa Az – March 18, 2014
Pros: expierience i recieved
Cons: poor managment
a typical day at crocs was finishing all the work started by the assistant manager that had not been finished. I would stay after hours to re arrange the whole store and take out stock, put it away, clean the store, throw out all card board and trash. I handled all shipments and took on all of the work load while learning how to sale the shoe and meet – more... the days quota. My co workers were all different it is a very diverse company so that made it interesting. The management wasn't well put together and i say this for personal reasons. The hardest part about working at crocs was just taking on so many physical tasks then trying to meet sales goal all the time. It is a very hectic store to work in but i believe when placed with the right team and the work load in evenly distributed it is a great company to work for. The most enjoyable part about that job was going on business trips to open new stores in different states. Was hard work but so much fun to meet new people and start a whole new store from scratch. – less
Team lead (Former Employee), Orlando, FL – February 17, 2014
Pros: awesome job great people fast paced
this job was awesome never did i think id like crocs none the less sell them and i sure do love crocs now i mean ya gota try em the job was great it was just a really far job and the store manager just didnt care about anything but he never effected my work so it was awesome. the only reason i left was the distance.
Team Leader (Current Employee), Tucson, AZ – December 10, 2013
Pros: free shoes and discount on shoes
Cons: not a full- time job
The most enjoyable part of the job is seeing the satisfaction of helping a customer find what they want. What I learned is retail can be a tuff job The hardest part of the job not having the product you need to make a successful sale.
Sales Ambassador / Stock (Current Employee), Manhattan, NY – November 3, 2013
great job by far the 41k is good the the people are great i just couldn't imagine that as a career picking up garbage and cutting grass was just something i didn't invest no time in school for and that's not disrespect to anyone.
MOD/Team Lead/Sales Associate (Current Employee), Atlanta, GA – October 28, 2013
A typical work day consists of approaching guest as they walk in to the store and ask what I could help them find. When customer activity is slow, we are told to task which could involve many things such as change the floor set, processing the shipment, changing window/table displays, etc. Management is constantly changing, I've had 4 managers in the – more... 2 years I've been working here. My co-workers make the shift more entertaining, due to business being so slow. The hardest part of the job is working an 8 hour shift alone, therefore we're not taking a 30 minute break to eat or use the restroom. The most enjoyable part of the day is when I receive great customer service feedback at the end of each sale. – less