Cashier/Sales associate (Former Employee) – San Bruno, CA – August 29, 2016
We all got along there we made the workplace fun during closing time our managers never made our store boring looking at all the fun merchandise while working and being able to speak to the managers about anything they are very understanding
Sales Floor Associate/Cashier (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – August 27, 2016
Working at Marshalls is great as a first job experience. The experience you go through will improve your skills and abilities. Co-workers are usually friendly and pleasant to work with. Miscommunication through management however happens often.
Merchandise Associate (Former Employee) – Lynnwood, WA – August 26, 2016
Typical day: Stand behind the register and wait for customers. You were not allowed to move from behind the counter. It just wasn't fast paced enough for me personally. The dead times were what really made me lose interest. Its a GREAT position for teenagers who are entering the working world. I personally wouldn't say there was any hard parts of that job at all. Its just a very boring and mind numbing job. The other workers were nice, but very young.
Run the backroom, learned operational duties, excellent co-workers, heavy lifting, enjoy working with my backroom team. Overall great place to work despite the new management team member who has accomplished to bring the morale in the store down.
Cashier and Shoe Associate (Former Employee) – Sandy Springs, GA 30328 – August 24, 2016
I really liked working at Marshalls. I loved my managers and the associates but I was 19 when I left right before my 20th birthday I had just got my first apartment and working there making under $200 a week wasn't going to help with bills so thats the only negative.
Backroom Team Member (Former Employee) – Macon, GA – August 24, 2016
Marshall is good job and I am enjoy it.. I am learn so much from this store. I met new people ad they are friendly. My hardest part is everything get done form truck.. I got good pay but it bad hours...
ICF TICKETING (Former Employee) – Lithonia, GA – August 23, 2016
nice environment once you learn the job. everything is very simple once you get pass your training. A various day consists of clocking in and getting to your assigned line for the week, checking your lane making sure that you have adequate work for that day to ensure that you make production of 2000 per day.
easy job if you know production work
if there is no work they will send you home befor allowing you to clean and stay on the clock.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Oxon Hill, MD – August 22, 2016
My Review on the company is great , i like that we do cool activities at work for the love ones who are going through cancer , or any type of health diseases. My co-workers are really nice people and are helpful. The hardest part of my job is that i cant reach high shelves. But the most great part of about my job is i love meeting new people.
Customer Service Assistant (Former Employee) – Pittsford, NY – August 21, 2016
A typical day at work is just being there to do my part to the best of my ability as a part of the team. In regards to management,where examples are set for staff to follow especially when delegating responsibilities that are in the best interest of the staff member who also appreciates and respects each other and work together to better promote the company. the greatest part of the day is being pleased with the completion of tasks in a timely manner. The worst part is not being able to accomplish the goal that was set at the beginning of the work day.
it was fun to work but the hours were not really flexible according to the times i was free or didn't have classes.i learned to be organized, work as a part of the team, but my co-workers were not as outgoing as me.
Cashier and front-end associate (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – August 20, 2016
Marshalls was an interesting place to work. They employees were nice people and the customers were pretty much nice people. The managers were flexible and easy to talk to about problems or the need to request days off.