Fun place to work and learn about the wonderful world of retail
Sales Associate/Cashier (Former Employee) – La Mirada, CA – December 3, 2015
Great place to work. Will work with pretty much any schedule. The discount isn't much, but the free layaway is worth it. Management was okay with the exception of one or two managers who did absolutely nothing. Store doesn't open too early or close late at all, except during the holidays. Good place to start.
Sale Associate (Current Employee) – Fairhaven, MA – December 3, 2015
Is retail ever worth the pay? The hardest part of the job is working with a mainly female staff, coworkers of course are catty at the worst and condescending at the best. It's a part time job so of course there are things not worth it for the pay, it's not the worst place to work but its not something you should strive for.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI – December 1, 2015
Once I clock in I head up to the front desk, see what register I'm on, count onto my register (see how much money is in my drawer), and start ringing up customers. When we are busy I clean all of the trashes, put anything labeled MARSHALLS in an Iron Mountain bin, sweep the floors, and clean up the sensors that go on clothing. Co-workers are always friendly and have a smile on their faces. The hardest part is being stuck to one area for my whole shift, the best part of my job is funny customers, good, cooperative co-workers, and great customer service.
cashier (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – December 1, 2015
Great work place with the ability to talk to management about anything. Of course by it being retail its all about customer service none the less, I worked as a cashier making sure our customers come in with a nice greeting and leaving with the best satisfaction there is possible
Retail Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Monrovia, CA – November 30, 2015
I have only worked here a few weeks and I do love my job and the people I work with. My managers are spot on and supportive of any decisions we come to make. They're a combination of fun and productive.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Roseville, CA – November 30, 2015
I worked at Marshalls during the holidays and it was very busy and we had to be fast paced as well as giving the best customer service. I also had to sell credit cards to the customer and we all had to reach a certain goal each month. I enjoyed working there.
Sales Associate, Front End Coordinator (Current Employee) – Palm Bay, FL – November 27, 2015
Quite the nice place to work, but the chances for advancement are limited. Although the opportunity to meet multiple people daily and interact with is indeed fun, at the end of the day it is fails to offer proper pay to workload and advancement opportunities for all employees.
10% off on items, and 20% sometimes
Lack of truly helpful benefits, the schedule is too erratic.
Team Member (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – November 27, 2015
My experience working here was very good, the employees were very friendly (most of them) and the managers as well. Sometimes when opening the store for the day the managers would not open the door in time so the employees would be a couple of minutes late clocking in even though they were at work on time and waiting sometimes ten minutes for someone to open the door, and the employees would get disciplined even though it was not their fault. I loved doing my job, I would organize the clothes, greet customers and the people that I worked with made the whole experience. My overall experience here was a very good one.
Employee appreciation events, incentive programs.
Short hours, blamed for things out of your control.
Sales Associate, Customer Service (Former Employee) – Clark, NJ – November 24, 2015
A majority of the typical day at work was organizing, cashier work. My coworkers to the most part were respectable, easy to get along. I didn't have a difficult time at work, I enjoyed each moment learning and growing.