Sales associate , cashier (Former Employee) – Garden City, NY – December 6, 2017
Worked in guess for about six months and in the process had grown to do every position , begain with sales associate , went to managing the fitting rooms ,and closing the cashiers . very friendly team player and fun to be at work
Fun and creative but can be stressful and a little frustrating
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Dunwoody, GA – December 5, 2017
I enjoyed working at Guess and thankful for the position I recieved. I learned A LOT and experienced a lot of different/new things. It is a huge place with responsibility and requires strong passion for the job and company. A large field of growth with many opportunities.
40% discount daily, 50% discount one weekend per month, one weekend off per month
Working holidays, working late nights and early mornings, biweekly pay
Sales associate (Former Employee) – Torrance, CA – December 4, 2017
Working at GUESS has been such a fun/relaxed place, i enjoyed it because 1 i love clothes and 2 it was a fast and easy job. i learned many things that i hadn't already, from the little things to the biggest. it was my firs retail job and it was one for the books. The workers there are very respectful and outgoing with big personalities. The hardest part was closing because we would have to leave preferably by 10, and we had to make sure the store was up and ready, perfect for the next day. i enjoyed it all.
While working for this company I enjoyed helping customers pick out outfits for their desired needs. Management rotated our shifts so that it would be fair. The employees took turns at the cash register, stock room, fitting room, and floor areas to ensure equality.
Management, sales associate, Stock associate (Current Employee) – Lawrenceville, GA – November 20, 2017
Working at GUESS you would come in and put your stuff away and clock in and meet with a manager to see what your task would be for your shift. You have to be fast paced especially if you work at GUESS Factory because we get more shipment. Being part of the management team you had more responsibilities. Overall its not a stressful job if you know what you're doing and communicating with your team. The hardest part of the job is FLOORSETS! If you're lucky you won't have to do them (only if you really want to grow in the company will you have to do this) because only managers and a few associates ever do them.
You need to be top seller to get hours. The job is not hard at all, you are always on your feet and have an hour lunch. For the holidays they do provide food on the back which was cool. You do get bonus every once in a while.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Wrentham, MA – November 15, 2017
Worked in the accessory store and though there isn't commission you were given credit for your sales and offered more hours. Even though it is a busy work environment they always made sure breaks were handed out within 4-5 hours of shift starting.
they are very useful with their work, very friendly at costumer services, it gives good customer services, when need it, does not treat employee as bad as other stores, never treat clients as bad as other stores
Co-Manager (Former Employee) – Oak Brook, IL – November 12, 2017
Managed sales department by developing and ensuring completion of internal sales daily. Visual updates to ensure unique presentations. The most enjoyable part of the job was providing exceptional customer service and interacting with customers. The hardest part of the job was the challenge of converting returns into exchanges.
Greet guest as they are walking in. Introduce yourself and present what they are looking for in particular. I've learned in many experiences one must learn how to trend and adapt to the variety of diverse colors and styles. Which brings to most difficult which involves that very bit. Great perk is discounted merchandise and the enjoyment of social interaction from all over the world.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Short Hills, NJ – November 6, 2017
My last manager was very motivating in having all of her employees sell, sell, and sell. She was also very sweet and made the job enjoyable. The people working there were also very interested in fashion, obviously.
Human Resources Intern (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – November 1, 2017
I worked at the GUESS? Distribution center in the office as an HR Intern during school breaks. My manager was excellent and it was really great to get the experience in HR. Very laid back and positive environment.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Los Angeles County, CA – October 30, 2017
I mean its good for a first job and is flexible with school schedules, other than that management is very lazy. They just stand around and talk all day or are on their phones all day and don't help with closing. Or they'll leave you to supervise the floor while they are in the back talking. There is no room for you to grow within the company. New hires get better hours and shifts than you do. You're forced to train new employees without any extra compensation. You get monthly bonuses if the store makes the monthly goal but get taxed on it and the whole bonus taken out of your paycheck. Customers are beyond rude and are very demanding.