Pros: fun, informative, you get to be surrounded bu happiness and pretty things!
Cons: most everything else
Good company, well established. David's has all the points in place to make most every employee succeed and become a brilliant Bridal Stylist. Fun, happy place to work! Everyone who comes in the doors is usually happy to be there and that carries over into the whole culture inside the store.
Saturdays can be EXTREMELY chaotic. I work at the Lafayette,La. store and I can say that I've heard many walk-in customers complain about service, wait times and standing in line too long.
Management at this location is very knowledgeable and helpful to associates. However, they exhibit marked favoritism toward some employees over others. The favorites get more hours, for one. 2: Favoritism is exhibited by telling some Jr. Stylists (temp., part time, seasonal) that only CORE stylists (perm. Employees) are to service brides while Jr's are to put away dresses, help bridesmaids,etc.. 3: Their favorite Jr. Stylists, who all have the same or lower levels experience, are given more hours and brides. Those "favorite Jr. Stylists" ,thereby, get the opportunity to make more money not only in hourly pay but also commission. I,personally, have experienced the favoritism on both sides. At first I was given a little training then trusted enough to start taking on brides, worked avg of 30-35 hrs/wk, praised for how well I was doing,etc... Then suddenly with no reason given I was told to give ANY bride to Core members, had appointments that were made by brides who specifically wanted to work with me given to other team members and hours cut back to 12 hrs a week.
Like I said....great company to work for, fun place to work but unless you're looking for something to supplement your Starbucks habit I wouldn't recommend working at this location.