Retail Merchandiser (Part-Time) (Current Employee) – Cumming, GA – September 24, 2017
Onsite manager assigns me to set specific sections to work each day. Based upon my experience, I am able to work any area of the store efficiently. Our work is checked for accuracy and neatness and proper section set, proper tagging, sections cleaned and rotated. I work in 10 different stores every 2 weeks. I work with a team of 8 people and I get along well with anyone. Our on-site manager is part of the working team and we work together well. The hardest part of the job is getting up at 3:45AM every morning. I enjoy the work that I do.
I really enjoyed my position with Crossmark. I interacted with customers and my fellow employee and I worked together to get the job done. The only reason I left Crossmark is because another company took over the store I was working at and I did not care for the new company and I knew I could get another position somewhere else.
Retail Merchandising Representative (Former Employee) – Dalton, GA – September 22, 2017
I LOVED retail merchandising, but where I live, there were never any resets available. They DO NOT like to pay mileage, so I hardly had any hours. If I lived closer to Atlanta, I would have had 40 hours at least.
Corporate Facilities Supervisor (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – September 21, 2017
very busy work day how to juggle 5 things at once upper mgmt. could have been better moral was low when I left. trying to stay on top of multiple projects with little help my dept. had a lot of good people in it
RETAIL REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – up to 5 Walmarts in Puget Sound area – September 17, 2017
A home computer download of many many individual product set-up assignments for Crossmark's manufacturer clients. I have spent half of many Saturdays downloading the week's assignments and printing out the paper instruction package per assignment. This administrative work was not paid by the company the 1st year or two I worked there. In the 3rd year, there was a briefly mentioned instruction to divide and bill that time among assignments.
Very pleasant experience, terribly sad I was unable to keep position due to illness. great time working with Walmart Associates and Managers, Very friendly environment, high standard were kept without issue.
Marketing (Former Employee) – Sterling Heights, MI – September 14, 2017
I scanned displays on endcaps and in middle of aisles I never knew that there could be so many kinds of soup Management at the stores were awesome the hardest part of the job was having no set schedule I liked not having a person telling you how to start your day
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – September 14, 2017
The company lost it's vendor contract so we had no job. You worked alone and and took photo's of work performed. Since you went to different stores and you worked in different sections, so after you left you may not visit that section again for a few weeks, during that time the section was to be maintained by the store, however it was not so everything you had spent time on you basically needed to start over from scratch.
Retail Representative (Former Employee) – Hattiesburg, MS – September 14, 2017
At first I enjoyed it! Then I began to realize that it was a waste of time and gas. Checks were less than 100 and we got paid weekly. Not a job to try to live off of unless you're a supervisor/manager. Even when taking extra work, you still didn't make enough. If something personal health wise happens and work cannot be completed management begins acting crazy. You waste more gas and time compared to the money and hours you spend completing work.
Demo Event Specialist (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – September 13, 2017
Job entailed recieving supplies for the week, arranging items for the upcoming week. reporting duties preformed each day and sending reports and pictures via phone and computer meeting people the hardest part was standing for long periods of time