productive, very good sales.
Managed Professional Greeter/ Gift (Current Employee) – San Leandro, CA – July 11, 2016
I arrive early to work to see how my department looks like, and how other departments are like. I check to see what I could do to help before I have to clock into work. After I clock into work, I go to my manager, and report what I saw, and ask if I could work in those areas after I work in my home department (Women's department). Then I write down what manager on duty tells me what I need to, and what other areas I suggested I could help with. Ask the manager on duty in what order would be okay to work on tasks, which task is top priority, then go down the list in what other tasks need be done. I number the tasks from #1 to #5 tasks according to tasks mangers tell me is most important.
I have learned, and still learning of new ways to sell clothing to customers. Help them with picking out clothing they prefer, and like. I can not tell them what to pick, but mirror what they have told me of the pros, and cons of clothes/items they have selected before deciding to purchase the items.
Management team at Marshall's is good. I think they stay on top of employees to know we are doing our job correctly. I think that hardest part is when us employees are scheduled. We get more hours when their is a visit, or special projects. I think if we get more hours regardless if there is special projects/ or visits store would be cleaner, and organized.
recognition of hard work