Great place to start, good luck moving up.
Pros: great discount, teams can be great.
Cons: work 50+ hours, low job ceiling, and upper management
Great products and company that stands behind their heritage. Commissions can be nice although low compared to other companies, but training is non existent. Smaller company so small store teams, if you get on at a good store you become family. They will work you... weeks straight sometimes (My manager and I had to do 2 months straight) and they will stop paying overtime. It is retail but you still work way too many hours. The real problem is moving up... company is small not a lot of room to grow despite what they say, you will make less in a lot of promotions as they move you to a slower store, and on top of that the regional managers 1 per 12 stores or so make all hiring decisions. They play favorites and don't hide it, and if you are not making what they said you would based on store business they say try harder or maybe a part time job . ( Plenty of mangers told pay plan was 40 - 50 it was really 27-32k) In the end it's a great way to learn the retail game, and product is solid. If you are ok making 35-40 a year working 6-7 days a week and never getting a pay raise unless a bigger store position becomes available which doesn't happen unless someone fired or leaves. then this company is great. But if you want to grow with a company and move up the ladder and have a career go somewhere else or be the regional best friend.