It was alot of fun, especially when we did fun activities before opening on Friday mornings. I learned alot more social skills from this job, it brought me out of my shell. Management was satisfactory. My coworkers for the most part were quite alright. The hardest part was dealing with the occasional rude customer(but that comes with the job). The most enjoyable part of the job was getting to really help someone out and try to accommodate everyone's needs.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – February 1, 2016
Nice job for college students, they are willing to work with your class schedule. Management is very understanding of how important college is. The amount of hours you get sadly depends on how many people you get signed up for scorecards.
LODGE SALES ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) – Suffolk, VA – January 31, 2016
Ok place to work, compensation not worth the trouble or time. People don't stay long, company is a revolving door. If they spend more time investing in employees then company would probably grow. Minimal training on products, employees sound like they know what they are explaining but really not.
Employee discount is worthless. still end up paying around same ammount for product
Productive and fun work place, super nice co-workers, everyone is a family.
Cashier/Sales Associate (Part-time) (Current Employee) – Staten Island, NY – January 30, 2016
The pay is good, the co-workers as well as managers are kind and will help you. I love working there. This was my first job and i'm glad it was, there are many different departments and everyone is respectful and hard working. It's an efficient and successful work place
Breaks, nice team of workers, good pay, helpful employees, fun place to work
Cashier (Current Employee) – White Plains, NY – January 27, 2016
I enjoyed working there but some of the managers are not very helpful and do not do their job correctly. Also if i would let them know well ahead of time i had prior engagements on a specific date they still put me on schedule.
Not very productive, Management impacted the workers
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – January 25, 2016
A typical day of work involved a lot of customer service and restocking of aisles. The things that I learned while working at Dick's Sporting Goods was how to not run a business. My coworkers and I were not bad employees by any means, the plan from start to finish wasn't always the best. There were many times when I wasn't able to focus on customer service because of the workload that was left for me to do.
Sales Support (Former Employee) – Huber Heights, OH – January 22, 2016
i loved working at dicks sporting goods in the recieving department but i wish it was a full time job and not seasonal. i also dont like that they pay you the minimum for retail. i worked great ours with overtime. management was good for the most part some things didnt make since because different managers tell you to do different things. great discounts and enviornment to work and make friends
discount of 25 percent on clothes 10 percent on big items