Customer Service Associate (Former Employee), Waycross, GA – September 20, 2013
Fred's was a good work experience in the retail department. I have learned to do several task at once at a very fast pace. It has taught me how to care about customers, and to be informal of my products, of where they are, and what they do. It has made me into a better, respectable individual.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee), Bolivar, TN – August 28, 2013
Pros: first job, great co-workers
Cons: did not get a raise once minium wage went up
Answered all incoming calls and routed to the proper department. Involved daily with heavy customer/public contact. Handled large sums of money and processed credit card payments. Made sure merchandise was stocked and presented in a professional manner.
Cashier/Appeal Expert (Former Employee), West Columbia, SC – August 17, 2013
A typical day at work for me usually was being a cashier. I learned that its not always as easy as it looks. The management was pretty good. I enjoyed working with my coworkers we all pretty much got along. The hardest part of the job was learning the different things on the cash register. The most enjoyable part of the job was learning different thing, – more... and also when we were busy. – less
Cashier (Former Employee), Louisville, MS – June 24, 2013
I enjoyed my job at Fred's as a customer service cashier. The most enjoyable part of the job was interacting with customers and making sure that they left with the merchandise that they came looking for. This is a very team-oriented work place.
Home and Apparel Expert (Former Employee), Hartsville, TN – June 9, 2013
Cons: not enough money for the hours putting in
clocking in,putting stuff in locker,counting drawer down,checking scheldule to see if you are register,stocker,or zoning for the day or a mixture. how to do dod's making sure the next shift has what they will need to start. making sure shelves are clean when you are putting product in them, checking for damages if you are suppose to destroy it or return – more... to warehouse. answering phones for customer service.The hardest part is when you have to leave something half done till the next day. The most enjoyable part is getting to know the customers and seeing their face light when you remember them by name or bringing a smile to their face. – less