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assistant manager in training (Former Employee), Worcester, MANovember 10, 2014
Fun job, has it's slow days but that all depends on the location.
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Good place to practice retail management skills
Retail Manager/Supervisor/Trainer (Former Employee), Pawtucket, RIOctober 22, 2014
Pros: good place to start mangerial career
Cons: long hours
Expressions is a place to learn and sharpen managerial skills. If your interested in possibly having a career in retail management this is not a bad place to start. Stores are usually small and easy to manage. District managers come from retail background and will support you in anyway they can.
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Great Dentist in Great Location
Dental Hygienist (Former Employee), East Lake, FLOctober 1, 2014
I liked that it was a privately owned. The Dentist is vibrant, wise, gracious, well rounded individual, with a beautiful personality. She is very active in the community and a delight to work with. The dental hygiene appointments were 40 minutes long.The office had very pleasing decor and is set in a lovely neighborhood. At that time, the position was – more... only for two days a week since it was a new, growing office. – less
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Loved working there in the beginning but the management arent very good managers.
Sales Associate (Current Employee), boston, maAugust 17, 2014
Pros: opportunity to get limited sneakers, meet lots of people
Cons: no commission, no time and a half, bad discount
Fun environment to work in, get to meet new people and see all new sneakers and clothes. Got along with my coworkers and made a couple life time friends. The management aren't very good, seems like they don't know how to do their job and they do things by whos their favorite person. very selfish
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Hate it
Co-Manager (Former Employee), Brockton, MAJuly 2, 2014
This place sucks! Don't waste your time like i did. They will lie to you to get you in the door.
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Great organization that grew me as a person
Media Productions (Former Employee), Virginia TechJune 10, 2014
Pros: -great atmosphere, encouraged creativity, great people
Cons: -meetings were once a week
-The best thing about Expressions was it gave me opportunities to express myself in ways I have not before through poetry and writings.

-I was honored to record Expressions events and post the videos on the YouTube site.
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Enjoyable
Sales Associate (Current Employee), New Bedford, MAMay 22, 2014
management and co-workers are great people , very easy to get along with.
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Everything that glitters is not gold
Store Manager (Former Employee), MassachusettsMay 20, 2014
Pros: the potential to make decent money.
Cons: favoritism/unprofessional when it came to upper management/lack of respect for employees
I was hired and put into the store with only a week and a half of training, but expected to know everything. Every company is run differently so I was unsure about what I could do and couldn't do when it came to merchandising. I felt I had no kind of support when it came to the questions I had. Over all I have to say this is one of the worst jobs I – more... have had. – less
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respectfull co works and management
Home Health Aide (Former Employee), Albuquerque, NMApril 30, 2014
no security and problems are one side but other than that great place to work and coworkers and very helpful
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Sales Associate (Former Employee), 486 Washington st Boston MaApril 17, 2014
I go to work and assist customers with finding the proper footwear. Stock, and maintain the stockroom and perform periodic inventory counts and merchandise.
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More like hanging out with friends who need a little help rather than work.
Direct Care Staff (Former Employee), Shenandoah, PAApril 13, 2014
A typical day was interacting with individuals with special needs. I have learned that those individuals are quite capable of doing ordinary everyday tasks and shouldn't be pushed aside or ignored because of a disability. The co-workers were all very good people and friends. They made it fun to come to work. The hardest part of the job was becoming – more... attached to some of the individuals. The best part is all of the new friendships I have made and the many new people I have met. – less
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Sucks
m.i.t (Current Employee), Brockton, MAApril 10, 2014
Pros: there are none
Cons: no discount on jordans, employee discount sucks
No raises, no benefits, no recognition, extremely unprofessional. I could go on but you get the point. This owner could careless about their employees no matter how hard you work. Plus your lucky to get break in this place
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Moving mannequins
Retail Associate (Former Employee), Largo, MDJanuary 8, 2014
Pros: clothes could be bought off paycheck
Cons: sizing
This small clothing store is pretty good. Up to the minute fashions an friendly people to help at all times with reasonable prices on a shirt or multiple outfits.
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kids
Child Care Worker (Former Employee), West Jordan, UTJuly 24, 2013
loved the kids but didn't like how staff acted and treated kids
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Not the best warehouse
General Warehouse Laborer (Current Employee), Woonsocket, RIApril 6, 2013
Pros: work with shoes
Cons: never get treated with respect, no benifits, $8.50hr.
typical day starts and finishes with all aspects of receiving product an prepping to deliver.
I was never taught how work in the company I had to self teach.
Management left warehouse and the acting assistant foreman was temporarily promoted to Manager.
The co-workers could care less about the company but were a good crew too work with.
Hardest part – more... is the warehouse, its falling apart and in need of a lot of fixing, also Office Manager plays favorites. – less
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Physically and Mentally Stressful
Warehouse Employee (Current Employee), Woonsocket, RIApril 3, 2013
Pros: store discounts
Cons: see above.
Upper Management is unable and unwilling to let warehouse management run without micro-managing. Little to no advancement opportunities with little pay. Motivation is always questionable based on a lack of mutual respect between staff and upper management.
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great
Clothing and footwear sales associate (Former Employee), Pawtucket, RIFebruary 26, 2013
Pros: discount on clothes
Cons: dramatic work crew
it was a great environment everyone did there part so job was easier then it was suppose to be very fun stuff and very well managed
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Great Retail Expericence
Retail Manager (Former Employee), Roslindale, MAFebruary 19, 2013
Pros: providing customers the product they need
Cons: managers receive commission also
A typical day at work consist of marking new sales and preparing new advertisement. Being able to give the customer great service providing for them the product wanting to be purchased any means possible. Being part of management it was difficult to encourage others to have the same motivation to do the best they can to make quota for the day. It was – more... a very competitive atmosphere due to everyone also working off of commission – less
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Learning Basics
Manager of Business Operations (Former Employee), Lakewood, WAJanuary 16, 2013
As a manager of my peer filled staff I became very efficient at keeping my personal life and work seperated. I also liked the relationship status between my vendors and I that was created. All around it was an eye opening experience showing me that management is my strong suit.
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Productive work environment
Showroom Manager (Former Employee), Scottsdale, AZDecember 29, 2012
Pros: working with clients and co-workers to make a beautiful design
Cons: no healthcare and long hours
A typical day at the showroom involved meeting with clients to discuss furniture and drapery needs and wants. Drafting floor plans to make sure rooms can accommodate furniture selected. Pulling fabric samples for furniture and drapes and making sure they all complement each other and serves the client’s needs. Often drawing/drafting out custom furniture – more... and drapes to help the client visualize what the room will look like when finished. Ordering furniture, drapes and fabric by calculating yardage needed by measuring furniture and windows. Also ordered and designed showroom with samples for clients to feel and touch using budget provided by owner. Met with existing and perspective vendors and discussed products and finishes offered. Managed a staff of approximately seven designers. The hardest part of the job was sometimes helping a client visualize custom furniture and overcoming all the objections to purchasing the furniture and drapes. The most enjoyable was seeing the end product come together and seeing a finished picture perfect room. – less