it was a fulfilling experience meeting all kinds of people everyday
Merchandiser/Sales (Former Employee) – Pretoria, GA – February 21, 2017
Ordering stock,packing of stock,stock counting,and managing my brands in a store,I've gained a lot of experience in a day to day running of a huge store like pick n pay.it was a great experience and I enjoyed being there,interacting with customers,their needs and expetations.
Brand Ambassador (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – April 3, 2017
Sales ladies are the ones who assist and inform the customers about the products the company or the mall sells. They are the ones who help you find your size, style and color and help you fit the merchandise if you prefer to do so. They work in practically all kinds of products and merchandise in numerous industries.
No training for employees. Employees that did their job poorly were rewarded with easier work. Hostile work environment. Poor leadership: little to no support, no knowledge of HR policy/employment law, and would play favorites. Unbalanced work load - certain salaried employees would only work 40 hours while other salaried employees would work 50+ hours a week on a regular basis. Highly stressful environment. Upper management within the building does not get along and creates a toxic environment with gossiping, backstabbing and finger pointing. Constant state of havoc; expectation to always do more, do better, etc. But only from certain employees. Pricey health insurance. The pay was not nearly enough for what you had to put up with.
Poor management, no training/support, high stress, unbalanced workload, gossiping coworkers, unprofessional upper management
Business Manager (Former Employee) – Texas – February 13, 2017
Very good office environment. Challenging industry. Every day is different. You get to control your own schedule/value you bring to market. Very entrepreneurial company...those willing to break the "status quo" and pave a new way would do well here.
Flexible work location, good pay, great people to work with
Tough industry (broker consolidation), Value equations difficult to communicate (Supplier/Grocer)
Daymon woldwide inc. Is fun to work for and I get to meet a lot of people who I interact with and talk with I the public. I make a nice hourly wage , I only wish that I had more hours.
Luv working for daymon worlwide inc.
The hardest part of the job is closing down and cleaning up all the utensils and drying in a 22 minutes time frame. The management is very very friendly ! Very nice ! A typical day at work is standing and talking and interacting with the customer and selling the food products that I sample out !
We get a bonus check for every 7, 5000 Points we get in making our doubled point quota
Company just went through a reorganization and has yet to rebound from operational issues.
One to One Interactions/Marketing (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – December 2, 2016
A typical day involves many issues regarding employees and the products they are required to promote and sell are absent. Many of my co-workers are frustrated since it appears that these issues are not being addressed.
I would avoid this organization until after they figure out what they're going to look like. The past 5 years has been nothing but changes to jobs, layoffs, new businesses, reduction in benefits, new logos...a continued cycle of trying to rescue the once successful company.
Survey Coordinator (Former Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – October 24, 2016
This is not a job for everyone, very tedious work must pay close attention to detail. Very easy to make a mistake but also management strict requirements. No Benefits and few hours, only part time. Not much room for advancement.
I liked the position and the people I worked with. I learned quite a lot about products and worked with diverse products and items which expanded my knowledge so much. This was also a Great Learning Experience
Large selection of items to advise members and Kept your mind going and expanding
Sales Advisor (Former Employee) – Roseville, MI – July 14, 2016
I worked here many years ago with a great team. It was a weekend employment only thing. When I worked in this location before I relocated, I had a good sales lead and a good supervisor who understood my limitations.
the hardest part was selling a high priced item than no one wanted, but still needed to do demonstrations on the product and trying to be as enthusiastic about it as ever. most enjoyable was seeing customers take your sample. As a mundane easy entry level job, you always needed to do something to keep yourself entertained.
AR (Former Employee) – KSSC Hutchinson KS – May 31, 2016
Workload for all departments was unreasonable. Upper management unprofessional and unsupportive. Several AR personnel took medical leaves of absence due to stress. Hostile work environment unless you were in the managements clique. Complaints to HR were not investigated. People were let go but not replaced. If you voiced concerns about workload you were told you should be thankful you have a job and work more efficiently.
SAS MERCHANDISING (Former Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI – May 17, 2016
Enjoyed the part time merchandising. Quite different then my occupation in accounting. I would state the hardest part of the merchandiser's job is shelf adjustment. But the assignment to different areas of the in or out of state to job resets of a store was a great way to travel and meet people.