Before Deb Shops went out of business, a typical day started with me opening the store, counting the money from the closing night before, making a deposit to the bank, loading paperwork for the day, changing promotions and window displays, taking out trash, cleaning windows and mirrors, checking schedules, tracking sales percentages for our perfumes and other hot items, contacting the district manager with any updates asked for.
At 10am I would open the gates and serve customers, help them into outfits, advise on styles and sizes. I would also stock merchandize while working the registers.
Closing I would clean up the store for the next day, count down all the registers, make up the deposits for the next morning, track any possible broken or stolen merchandize, email district with sales reports and percentages.
During every season there would be a floor change, where the staff would come in at night and change the store to a new look. We would take down everything from the walls and isles and replace them with new merchandise in new locations and looks. Then we would price down the older styles and move them to the clearance area.
40% off employee discount
no dental and bad health coverage