Sales Assistant (temp) (Former Employee) – Reading, PA – November 7, 2017
working at express was i good experience because i love things that have to do anything with fashion , it was good working there because i was able to learn more about fashion and about clothes, i also liked working there because i was able to help people with making them look beauiful and confident to whatever event they were going to.
This is not a place to work if you are seriously trying to make money. I was paid minimum wage and they took advantage of your time. A friend of mine was there 5 years and was promised a raise multiple times and never received it. The discounts are not great its like 40% and there are no benefits. Prepare to get paid under 9 dollars.
Fashion Expert (Team Leader) (Former Employee) – Sherman Oaks, CA – September 8, 2017
My daily tasks were to make sure goals were met and customers were happy. I would train associates on the selling aspect of working in a clothing store. Work environment was always lively and fun. Managers held a positive outlook on day goals and believed their associate can reach them. The hardest part was making up for studio returns.
SALES ASSOCIATE (Current Employee) – Wauwatosa, WI – August 6, 2017
I've never had experience in apparel retail before I worked there in 2014. Three years later, I've learned about clothes for both men and women that I never would have known before. Different fits, different styles, and what looks best together for all occasions. Working here has been a flexible yet rewarding experience, well worth it as a career path or just to earn a little extra cash. Customer service is a main focus for this place, as it should for all shops. Wanna look good in the modern world? Come to this place!
Part Time Manager (Current Employee) – West Coast – July 8, 2017
Was transfered to another location, and when I asked for compensation for the commute time and gas, I was told I should just do it, "for the love of the brand." Salaried DM's don't care about people under them, and they push to make sure they get their bonus checks while caring nothing about employees. Managers often don't come onto the floor and will make employees do the work for them (ran the store by myself once as a new associate)