Custodian (Current Employee) – Pasco, WA – October 25, 2016
A typical day at work, i show up after hours in an office setting to perform a routine custodian based position. I have learned the effectiveness of time management and working efficiently. The management has been great to get along with, the hardest part of my job is not making the proper wage i am desiring. The most enjoyable part of my job is bringing my son to work with me by showing him the concept of work ethics and patience.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – San Juan, PR – June 28, 2016
I can say it was a very good experience giving the chance to receive different cultures and appreciate them in a unique way. A typical day would be one sharing the message from the store to clients. The store having it's unique products. My co-workers we're an excellent and fun part of my job; helpful and friendly. The hardest part was when store was completely empty.
Stocker (Former Employee) – Somerton, AZ – June 23, 2016
the place was okay. it was to crowded because of all the wokers that they had and thanks to that we had less hours to work. i didnt like it because we would do our best to keep the store nice and well stocked up and the bosses would just get us in trouble for any dumb thing. it would really help if the bosses appreciated what the workers do.
Professional Interniship (Former Employee) – sandy ut – August 3, 2015
Great company to work for. The employees live and breath the business. Work and adventures getting to travel the world was amazing. Internship was a key reason I was hired after college. Highly recommended
Small Business Retail Store Owner/Operator (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – July 28, 2015
As the owner of this unique retail store I feel that we provided the very best possible customer service to each and every customer who visited our store. You may have entered as a customer but you left as a friend. It was a fun experience.
Meeting new people from all over the world. Living in an incredibly beautiful city.
Friendly and fun place with a welcoming atmosphere
Retail Employee (Former Employee) – Bar Harbor, Maine – January 11, 2015
As I mainly took the afternoon/night shifts, a typical day at work consisted of arriving at the location and immediately showing every customer who walked through the door how the product worked with one of the Sun Stations set up throughout the store. This continued until closing, where I would rearrange and perform upkeep on product and clean and vacuum the store. The management and my co-workers were all friendly and assisted in my acclimating to the working conditions. Initially the hardest part of the job for me was having to get rid of my quiet nature in order to interact with customers in a personable manner. Once I was able to do this, every day became an enjoyable, fresh experience. The most important thing I learned was how to develop a personable, professional character.
General Manager (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – June 14, 2014
Working at Del Sol was a great experience and been located in downtown San Antonio made my work experience more fun. My duties as the store manager consist from employees schedules to inventory, purchasing, deposits, training and payroll. With more than three million people visiting our city every year made my job fun and interesting, you can learn so much by talking end helping customers from all over the word, that's what made my job enjoyable and productive.
Manager for Absentee owner of franchise location (Current Employee) – coastal tourist destination – October 2, 2013
This is a great job if you love one on one contact with customers. The product really is an easy sell if you give the Demo and let the customer see how the 'color changing' works. Customers come back again and again. However you MUST do the demo to each and every customer or sales will suffer.
Well promoted and thought out concept. The Del Sol company overall has a very positive attitude, presentation and beliefs.
Only downside is working for store owner not the company. Store franchise owner does not attribute sales skills with success of store. Thinks it is only about the numbers of people who come through. Little positive feedback on effort exerted on sales floor. Sets goals, but very small and inconsistent reward system makes it hard to keep staff motivated. Luckily I have a team that is motivated to make store the best regardless! This keeps it fun.
fun, customers love it, easy to sell products
Very small and inconsistent bonus system. Little thanks for job well done.
Cashier / Meat (Former Employee) – Wellton, AZ – August 10, 2013
On a day at work half the time I would work the cashier and check people out then when there were no customers I would stock inventory and face inventory then the other half of the time I would wrap meat and price it then I would put the meat on the shelf where its suppose to be. As I was doing this, I learned how to operate the cashier register and how to cut some meats. Management was okay but sometimes I felt as if the manager didn't like me. The co-workers were extremely nice and anytime I needed help they would help me without question that's something I really was pleased with. One of the hardest parts of the job was trying to remember over 75+ codes for the register in a week. I believe the enjoyable part of the job was the stocking because I was truly focused on the task at hand and hardly was worried about time.
Key Holder (Former Employee) – Branson, MO – May 31, 2013
a typical day at work would be for me to either open or close that day great each customer that walks in or sometimes stand out of the door and greet people walking by...ask each customer with what they are wanting or looking for and to demonstrate a couple products to them on how they work...such as a t-shirt that's just black and white but once you go in the sun changes to very bright colors...at the end of the day clean up the store count the drawer make a bank deposit and sometimes a change order and do the end of day reports such as ADS AND LY..lock up store and clock out.