Eddie Bauer is an outdoor, active clothing store. Working here is kind of a nightmare. As a sales associate you will barely get more than 12 hours a week at minimum wage. You are pressured by your managers to make many sales and push credit cards onto your customers in those 12 hours a week. However, if you get all closing shifts, which start at 5 pm and end at 9 pm, you will see less than ten customers walk through the door in a night. And of those ten, maybe five are doing more than just wandering around the mall, but for that day you will still be given a goal to open 3 credit accounts and make sales of 400 dollars or something crazy. The nice part of working for Eddie Bauer is that you get an amazing discount. 40 percent off the whole store if I remember correctly. Their clothes are good quality and can last a long time too. But, still, be prepared to get 40 dollars a day, with no benefits, and pressure from your managers to make sales, even though if you do, you don't see a dime more. It would be a good job for somebody retired or some kid fresh out of high school who needs spending money.
Good clothes, good discount
Horrible pay, no hours, high pressure environment